Making art for all

Local artist brightens First Bank of Greenwich in Cos Cob

When the going gets tough, the tough get to painting. Marla Beth Enowitz has turned her passion for painting into a business (and a way to help de-stress people – including herself) during Covid-19). 

Her new installation is at the First Bank of Greenwich’s Cos Cob main branch.

“Especially in these times, I want to give my audience a reason to smile,” Enowitz says of her abstract work. “We are inundated with politics, negativity and divisive topics. I want my ‘happy art’ to bring people together and I want it to include all people – the young and the old and the lefts and the rights. I want to remind people that things can be simple and pure again. We all had an innocence that sometimes feels lost, but if we had a reminder of a time that was happy and fun, something tangible to hang on a wall, well, I would like to contribute that to the world right now.”

Look for more of Enowitz’s work at the J House Spa in Greenwich.

– edited by Georgette Gouveia

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