Posts Categorized: Top Stories

Photos: Jamison Odone’s ‘Strange Little Books’ & Our Singer-Songwriter Showcase

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Photo by Amanda Bloom.

all photos by Amanda Bloom   For ‘Strange Little Books,’ Jamison Odone’s exhibition at The Mercurial, Odone conceived and created a whimsical installation displaying the original watercolor and ink paintings from his most recent book, Mole Had Everything, across the three gallery walls in seven yarn-and-nail,… Read more »

Review: Brasitas in Stamford

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The second course at Brasitas' 15th anniversary wine pairing dinner in Stamford: Mar de Frades Albarino. Photo c/o Local Food Rocks.

  We were lucky enough to be among the food bloggers invited to a wine pairing dinner at Brasitas in Stamford in celebration of their 15th anniversary. We’d heard good things about this place from our pals at OmnomCT, so we were not going to pass up a… Read more »

Artist Talk: Jamison Odone

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From left to right: Mercurial Gallery owner Amanda Bloom, artist Jamison Odone, and sound technician Alec Jordan before Odone's August 1 artist talk at his show 'Strange Little Books.' Photo by John Lynch.

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 »

Digital Gallery: Todd Smith – New York City Street Portraits in Medium Format, 1967-1977

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Photograph by Todd Smith.

  See these photographs and more of Smith’s work at Pizzeria Lauretano in Bethel, Connecticut, through August.  The Pizzeria is located at 291 Greenwood Avenue.   [Pizzeria Lauretano is an advertiser on The Mercurial.]   For more information, visit     “I was born… Read more »