The Silo at Hunt Hill Farm in New Milford will open a collaborative art show, “Art of Feast of Art,” with a reception May 13 from 2 to 4 p.m.

The show, which will run through June 25, will feature works by acclaimed area artists Jack Rosenberg, Elizabeth Macdonald, Ann Mallory and Judy Jackson.

Rosenberg, of New York and Washington, is an award-winning artist who studied at the New York Academy of Art, The Florence Academy of Art, and the Prince Charles Drawing School in London.

He has exhibited in solo and group shows in Connecticut, London, New York, and has been published in many international publications, most recently in ArtFuse, Art Habens, and the New York Times, among others. He teaches painting at the Washington Art Association.

Macdonald, who lives in Bridgewater, has been the recipient of numerous awards, and in 1999 received the Governor's Arts Award in visual arts.

She has shown her work at The Century Association in New York City, and has completed commissions for the chapel in New Milford Hospital and Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven.

Macdonald received a bachelor of fine arts degree from Chatham College, and she attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

Mallory’s ceramic work is known for its rugged elegance, simplicity of form and emotional accessibility.

The show’s concept of feast got the artist thinking anew about generous serving pieces, sculptural tactile vessels for offering bounty, as well as rugged contemplation vessels.

Jackson, who calls New York City home, studied at Smith College, New York University Graduate School, Corcoran School of Art, Penland and Greenwich House Pottery.

A founder of Tribeca Potters, Jackson works in a studio in New York, just outside Manhattan in Long Island City, shared by several other studio potters.

She and her husband share a love of handcrafted objects and travel the world to explore and learn from others.

The gallery at the Upland Road center is open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.

For information, email us at info@thesiloct.org, visit thesiloct.org or call 860-355-0300.