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Westport Book Shop Welcomes Artist Jarvis Wilcox

Westport, CT  The Westport Book Shop is pleased to welcome artist Jarvis Wilcox as guest exhibitor for the month of December at the Book Shop’s Drew Friedman Art Place.

Jarvis is exhibiting seven of his small oil paintings featuring nature, landscapes and still life.

Jarvis studied art history at Yale University and Columbia University; and studied painting with his mentor Arthur Stern.  Jarvis painted in upstate New York for a decade, and then in the Hamptons for 25 years.  He now resides in Westport, and is a member of the Silvermine Guild of Artists, and the Artists Collective of Westport.

Jarvis Wilcox’s artwork will be on exhibit at the Book Shop through December 31, 2022.  All artwork on display is available for purchase — and would make a perfect holiday gift for someone special in your life!

To see more of Jarvis’ work, visit his website:  jarviswilcox.com 

The Book Shop will be holding a reception for Jarvis on Saturday, December 10th from 5pm to 7pm.  All are welcome.

Westport Book Shop, a nonprofit used book store, is downtown Westport’s only source for gently used and antiquarian books, vintage vinyl records, CDs, DVDs and audio books.  It is located at 23 Jesup Road, right across Jesup Green from the Westport Library.

The Book Shop’s “Drew Friedman Art Place” is an area of the store dedicated to exhibiting the work of community artists year-round, on a rotating basis.  Miggs Burroughs, a Trustee of the Drew Friedman Community Arts Center, and a founding member of The Artists Collective of Westport, is curating these exhibits, which change monthly.

The art exhibit is open to the public during the Book Shop’s business hours:  Sundays and Mondays from Noon to 5pm, and Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10am to 6pm. 

Westport Book Shop, and the Westport Library Book Sales, are operated by Westport Book Sale Ventures, Inc., an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit enterprise with the dual social mission to provide meaningful employment for adults with disabilities, while raising support for The Westport Library, through used book sales.  In addition to the non-profit Westport Book Shop, gently used books are also offered for sale online on the company’s website www.westportbooksaleventures.org/shop as well as through our eBay store at www.ebay.com/str/westportbooksalesct, and at periodic large book sale events (the next book sale event is scheduled for May 5 through 8, 2023, inside the Westport Library).  For  more information, or to make a charitable donation, please visit our website at www.westportbooksaleventures.org

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