Art Exhibits at the Library
Community Room Gallery – Throughout the year, the Easton Arts Council hosts changing exhibits in the Community Room. For more information, contact the Easton Arts Council at 203-374-0705 or via email@example.com.
During the summer and early fall months, the space is open for independent art exhibits. Contact Lynn Zaffino at 203-261-0134 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Room Gallery and Display Case – A wide range of exhibits are offered featuring local artists and crafts people. The Curator for these spaces is Dolly Curtis. For further information on the exhibits in these spaces, contact Lynn Zaffino, Library Director, at (203) 261-0134.
The public is welcome to view the exhibits during Library hours. Please check our online event calendar to make sure there are no programs running in the Community Room and/or Conference Room at the time you wish to view them.
Along the Waterfront
January 6 to February 8
Conference Room & Display Case
Artist Reception: Saturday, January 11, 4-6 p.m.
Award-winning artist Robert Brennan is currently working on a series of watercolor paintings of the Thimble Islands, a picturesque chain of islands with a rich history that lie off the coast of Stony Creek, Connecticut. Some of these paintings, along with other watercolor and oil paintings, will be shown in his exhibit, which will include examples of works done along the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, as well as Connecticut and other New England states. As a respite from the chill of winter, the artist hopes viewers will find in the exhibit fond memories of spring and summer along the shoreline. Robert Brennan studied art at Southern Connecticut State University and received his MA from Columbia University. He taught at the University of Bridgeport, the Silvermine School of Art, and Darien Public Schools.
Winter Celebration of the Arts
Easton Arts Council
January 13 to February 28
Artists' Reception Rescheduled: Sunday, January 19, 7-10 p.m.
The Members Art Show. Artists and artisans, sculptors, and photographers come together to share their work with the community.