News Release

October 3, 2011

Contact: Carolyn Pennington, 860-679-4864

Artist Inspired by New England Landscape

What: Teresa Tromp – "Everyday Life – Enjoying the View"

Where: Main and Mezzanine lobbies, UConn Health Center, 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington

When: October 6 through December 14, 2011, daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

About the Artist:
Although employed as a graphic artist for most of her career, Teresa Tromp was always interested in the fine arts and she successfully pursued that interest.

Her paintings have been exhibited in many Connecticut galleries and juried shows, most recently in shows presented by the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, the Connecticut Watercolor Society, and the Granby Land Trust. Her artwork was also featured on the cover of the Hartford Courant’s iTowns section.

She is a member of the West Hartford Art League, the Academic Artists Association and the Connecticut Watercolor Society. The Windsor resident attended the Paier School of Art in Hamden.

The University of Connecticut Health Center’s collection of fine arts serves to enhance the environment and promote the sense of a caring community for patients, visitors, staff and students. Art is selected, acquired and exhibited by the UCHC Art Advisory Committee. To view a selection of the Health Center’s permanent collection visit:

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