July 28, 2014

Middlesex Chamber of Commerce Grand Opening of Bloom Art School, Centerbrook

Linda Bronson and Essex First Selectman Norm Needleman at the grand opening of Bloom Art School

Kelly Smith, Chairwoman of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that the Chamber held a grand-opening event for the Bloom Art School on Wednesday, April 11th at its location at 85 Main Street in Centerbrook, directly across the street from Essex Elementary School.

Under the expert guidance of illustrator and founder of the Bloom Art School, Linda Bronson, and Bloom’s instructors, students learn how to incorporate materials, techniques, and styles into their own work. They have countless opportunities to explore their creativity, use their imaginations to the fullest, and most importantly, have fun!

Linda Bronson with student artists of Bloom Art School

Bloom is a neighborhood art school that offers exceptional art enrichment for children. In every lesson, Bloom makes it a priority to expose the children to works by great masters, experienced practicing artists, and local craftspeople. They explore art that has been created through different techniques and with different materials in order to broaden their students’ understanding of art and the world around them.

At Bloom, it is their mission and privilege to celebrate your budding artist with you!

To learn more about Bloom Art School and its offerings, please go to www.bloomartschool.com or call them at 860.581.3737.

The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce has over 2,350 members who employ more than 50,000 people.