Lindaluz Carillo Exhibition

The Butler-McCook House and Gardens

Aug. 14, 2024 - Aug. 31, 2014

396 Main Street
Hartford, Connecticut 6103

Lindaluz Carillo has produced graffiti inspired work for four years. She has participated in various group shows within the city of Hartford, and worked on a few community art projects and group mural projects around Hartford. Her current work is influenced by Peruvian textile patterns and religious idols. She uses geometric shapes, textile design, and high saturated colors to create repetition of shape and style that form together to give an impression of an idolized figure.

Admission to the gallery is free, standard admission for house tours.

For 189 years the Butler-McCook House & Garden was home to four generations of a family who participated in, witnessed, and recorded the evolution of Main Street between the American Revolution and the mid-twentieth century. Inside are the original furnishings ranging from Connecticut-crafted colonial furniture to Victorian-era toys and paintings to samurai armor acquired during a trip to Japan. Behind it is a restored Victorian ornamental garden, originally laid out in 1865 by landscape pioneer Jacob Weidenmann.

The Butler-McCook House & Garden and Main Street History Center is located at 396 Main Street, in Hartford. Regular tours are available May through December. Hours for May -September: Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 4pm; October – December: Saturday & Sunday, 12 – 4 pm. For more information, school groups and special curriculum-based programming, or to book a group tour, please contact the Butler-McCook House at (860) 522-1806 or (860) 247-8996 ext. 11.

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