Tucked behind R. Derwin Men’s Haberdashery, down a cobble-lined alleyway, is the long-forgotten center of the town. Gone are the horse-drawn carriages and stables, but the original blacksmith’s building still remains. Reminiscent of a small European village, the aptly named Cobble Court, is the perfect setting for an art gallery. Luckily for us, Jennifer Terzian of LivWill art has fulfilled our desire, with the installation of her pop-up art gallery “The Shape of Things”. The gallery is open until the finale of “Date Night in Litchfield” on Thursday August 2nd.
Please join Jennifer and featured artists Jessica Jane and Bryan Stryeski on Friday July 27th, from 6:00-8:00 pm, for an evening of Art, Wine + Music. Jessica and Bryan will discuss their work with wine and live music to follow.
Jennifer is pictured in Cobble Court wearing J Brand leopard print denim, an Emanuel Berg tuxedo blouse, and a Gimos vintaged leather jacket.
Featured artist, Jessica Jane, is photographed wearing a Columbo silk empire gathered dress, under a Gimos goatsuede jacket, layered with a merino scarf from Johnstons of Elgin. The riding boots from Frye and her necklace, is a stunning vintage necklace available at Lawrence Jeffrey Estate Jewelers.
Jess is pictured above in front of he work “Ibaraki Cars”, oil on panel. Click here to view a gallery of her current works, many of which are featured at the LivWill pop-up art gallery until August 2nd.
All photography provided by Michael Wilson.