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Easton Public Library

Art Exhibits

The Library offers the use of its Conference Room, Community Room, and Glass Display Case for artists to display their work. The Conference Room and Glass Display Case are curated by Dolly Curtis, while the Community Room features mainly exhibits in conjunction with the Easton Arts Council. If you're interested in displaying your work, contact Dolly Curtis at Please read our artist guidelines below.

Barbara Loss
Inspired by Reality
September 2-October 15

Conference Room & Glass Display Case
Art Reception: Saturday, September 9, 5:00-7:00 p.m.

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Barbara (Bobbie) Loss is a photographer of people, events, nature, and architectural design. A former teacher of English and reading in Bridgeport and Fairfield High Schools and at Norwalk Community College, and author of Say the Word, A Guide to Improving Word Recognition Skills for Teens and Adults, she often incorporated her photography into her classrooms. Recent themes have generated photo books, including Bridgeport: Beauty and Blight: A Tour of Our City through Photographs (2016); Is Anybody Home (2018), and Views from the Train, 125th Street (2020). She has shown her work in many juried and invitational exhibits, including City Lights, Bridgeport; The Carriage Barn, New Canaan; The Ridgefield Guild of Art; the Scheffauldt Gallery at the University of Bridgeport; Framemakers Frame Making and Art Gallery in Black Rock; and the BRAG Ekphrasis exhibit at Fairfield University Bookstore. Her image entitled “We Didn’t Start the Fire”  was awarded First Place by Getty Images Director Andrew ‘Dizz" Delaney at the Camera Works exhibit RGOA, 2021.

Robert Brennan
Explorations and Abstractions
Paintings and Constructions
September 18-October 31

Community Room
Art Reception: Saturday, September 23, 5:00-7:00 p.m.

The exhibit will include Abstract and Non-Objective paintings and constructions that represent the artist's divergence from his equally prolific representational paintings. Brennan's career as artist and teacher spans more than sixty years. His minimalist construction Virgin Landscape won first prize in the highly competitive Art of the Northeast, sponsored by The Silvermine Guild of New Canaan, CT. Brennan attributes the variations in his work to his broad interest in art styles and media. He hopes that his various works in the exhibit will "find a way to get along" and that viewers will enjoy them, many of which have never been exhibited outside of his studio.

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