Litchfield Jazz Festival This Weekend to include Fine Art & Crafts Village: Pat Gullett

© Pat Gullett
Pat Gullett, who makes beautiful, ancient-looking jewelry, will be exhibiting at the Litchfield Jazz Festival this weekend. The festival runs from Aug 6-8, 2010 at Springs Center, Kent School, Kent, CT. Gullett's Howling Moon Studio is participating in the Fine Art and Crafts Village, and will be there Fri. 5-10, Sat. and Sun. 11 am -10 pm

We printed a few large mounted fine art prints for Pat's booth--her work looks great big, so check them out at her booth if you go.  

Music includes Dave Brubeck, Arturo O'Farrill Afro Latin Jazz, a Cannonball Adderley Tribute, Anat Cohen Quarted doing clarinetwork--Benny Goodman and Beyond--just a few highlights, and there are so many great artist. The set I am most inerested in is Bela Fleck, Zakir Hussein, and Edgar Meyer Sunday night at 7 pm. 


Upcoming events: Pat Gullett in Crafts at Lyndhurst, Lys Guillorn at the Connecticut Film Festival

Metals artist Pat Gullett will be exhibiting her jewelry at Crafts at Lyndhurst, 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown this weekend, April 30 to May 2. Gullett's work looks at once ancient and contemporary, and often uses precious metal clay with stones, fossils and found objects to create a sense of history in her work. In addition to being an exhibiting jeweler, Gullett also teaches jewelry privately and at the Brookfield Craft Center in Brookfield, Connecticut.

Connecticut Film Festival

The opening movie and reception for the Connecticut Film Festival takes place at 6:30 pm on May 4 at the Palace Theater in Danbury. The film that will be featured is a documentary about "The Wrecking Crew", who were the stellar LA session musicians who played on just about every major hit in the 60s.

Speaking of music, in the shy self-promotion department, I, Lys Guillorn, will be performing next Saturday, May 8 at 6:20 pm at the Danbury Library Plaza as part of the CTFFs sister music festival. I'm playing a half hour set with my band. The library plaza is at the intersection of Main and West St. in Danbury.

Be well,