Easton Public Library
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 email@example.com. Please read our artist guidelines below.
Ellen Tresselt & Larry Morse
September 8 - October 15
Community Room & Glass Display Case
Virtual Artist Reception: Saturday, September 12, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Ellen Tresselt—Works on Paper
From an early age, Ellen Tresselt enjoyed making collages. She studied illustration at Philadelphia College of Art and at The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. She discovered the art of paper marbling as an art teacher in Danbury, and produced marbled paper for other artists. Her true desire has always been to use her marbled paper in her own work, as reflected in her exhibit.
Larry Morse—Black Men Reading
Larry Morse’s artistic strengths became apparent in his youth, and educators were quick to encourage and support him. He earned his BFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City, after a tour in Vietnam. He worked in the commercial art field in Manhattan, and then became an art teacher in the NYC public school system, where he taught for 20 years. Dividing his time between painting and driving a cab, he endeavors to promote and sell his work. He has shown his art in galleries in Chelsea, Carole Peck’s Good News Café, the Mark Twain Library, Danbury City Hall, Richter Arts Association, The Washington Art Association, and Gallery 287 in Danbury, to name a few.