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Join award winning interior designers Meghan De Maria and Courtney Yanni of Moss Design, along with art advisor Betsy Biscone, for a relaxed and informal “Walk and Talk” among the works of our 22nd Annual Art Show. Learn about curating your own art collection as well as the impact art has in a designed space. Eyeing a particular work? Let the experts of Moss Design show you how it will look in their unique room installation. Wine served.
Registration is required below.
Moss Design, an interior design firm in Southport, specializes in everything from kitchens and bathrooms to complete home renovations. This full-service firm has forged strong partnerships with local builders, fabricators, and artisans to ensure a custom look and a seamless process for its clients.
Principal Designer Meghan De Maria and Interior Designer Courtney Yanni pride themselves on creating unique design stories for every client and using color in unexpected ways. Art Advisor Betsy Biscone, a recent addition to the firm, brings over two decades of professional experience in the art world, with a specialty in emerging modern and contemporary art.
Moss Design was awarded “Best Interior Design Firm” by Fairfield Magazine in its Annual Reader’s Choice Awards and is a two-time nominee for athome Magazine’s A-List Awards (2019 results pending) in its Kitchen Design Category.
More ART Libris Programming
- Sept. 22 – Lecture by Photographer Bernard Perry
- Oct. 18 — ART Libris Preview Party
- Oct. 23 – 22 Under 22 Artist Reception
- Oct. 24 – Artist Spotlight: Jen Scully of Mack and Ro
- Oct. 26 – Pet Portrait Painting Class (Kid’s event!)
- Oct. 27 – Artists and Collectors Party
Your support of Pequot Library’s 22nd Annual Art Show helps us raise funds that are essential for educating and inspiring the 75,000 patrons who enter our historic building each year.
With ever-growing offerings of circulating books, author talks, concerts, educational programs, special collections exhibitions, and services for all ages, Pequot Library continues to be the cultural touchstone of our community.