The Mercurial Gallery

Pickled Dreams

  In a small gravel lot just parallel to busy Route 7, the sound of rushing traffic breaks like waves upon the white tents standing under the mellow heat of the afternoon sun.   The lot belongs to the Wilton, Connecticut Historical Society, which is… Read more »


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Artist Talk: Jamison Odone

Audio recorded by Alec Jordan   As a part of The Mercurial Gallery’s ‘Strange Little Books’ exhibition, on display through August 16, the gallery held an artist talk with featured artist Jamison Odone, a children’s book author and illustrator, on August 1. For ‘Strange Little Books,’ Odone conceived… Read more »


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Danbury Tech Company Launches RapidRecovery Data Protection

  Danbury, Connecticut’s Virtual Density, one of New York and Connecticut’s most experienced providers of cloud-based on and off-site data backup, disaster recovery, and intelligent business continuity solutions, has announced their offering of RapidRecovery, an IT data recovery solution.   “This is the first on… Read more »


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Artist Talk: Jana Ireijo

Audio recorded by Alec Jordan   As a part of The Mercurial Gallery’s ‘re·la·tion’ exhibition, on display through May 17, the gallery held an artist talk with featured artist Jana Ireijo, a painter from Westport, Connecticut.  Ireijo, a mother and triathlete, is originally from Hawaii and creates bright,… Read more »


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Ramp Fritatta

  Much to the dismay of my sister-in-law it is once again ramp season. I, however, am delighted. I love these pungent wild gems of Spring. Since they are only around for a limited time, I like to take full advantage of their flavor.  … Read more »


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Middletown Artist Explores Sleeplessness at Bridgeport’s Housatonic Museum of Art

  ‘UP ALL NIGHT: work from the insomnia project’ opens February 28 and continues through March 22 at the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, Connecticut. This exhibition, curated by Robbin Zella, features the work of installation artist Gil Scullion of Middletown and is inspired… Read more »


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‘Fresh Ink’ Literary Magazine Seeks Writers and Artists’ Submissions by February 28

  Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC)’s literary journal, Fresh Ink, is inviting writers and artists to submit work for consideration in this year’s publication. In 2012, Fresh Ink went international, and the publication is working to continue stretching its limits. The deadline for submissions is… Read more »


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Kenny Hess Believes in Art

  Visual artist Kenny Hess has invested himself in a wide range of mediums, including cartooning, logo and t-shirt design, character creation, canvas and mural works, paintings, photography, storyboarding, and typography. He is one of many artists showing work at Pop Up Art Bethel (PUAB)’s… Read more »


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The Mercurial Staff Show

7/28/12 – 9/7 – The Mercurial Staff Show.

Featuring work by Katie Bassett, Chris Durante, Erin Walrath, Jing Lu, Scott Jackson, Evan Dalcher, Amanda Bloom, Joshua L. Durkin, and more.


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