Litchfield County boasts a rich and diverse artistic culture, thanks to the many transplanted New Yorkers whom we now call “our own,” but you can’t get any more “local” than contemporary artist Kezia Hearn, for she is no stranger to this land of rolling hills and bucolic pastures.
Last month, 100 contestants from 30 different nationalities converged in London to compete in the 10th Annual Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition. Out of the 44 young pianists who were chosen, one of them was Taek Gi Lee, a student at South Kent School, and a resident of Litchfield County. He became 1 of only 7 to advance to the semi-finals.
Springtime brings a renewed passion for shopping, cleaning and primping the home and a search for those refreshing, restorative scents, lotions and potions for the body. We recently asked Privet House co-founder Suzanne Cassano to share her feelings about the season and to find out what her ‘Must Haves’ are for Spring.
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in contemporary art, as evidenced in the studios of Diana Chamberlain and Kezia Hearn.