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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.

Easton Arts Council
Art in the Country Fine Arts Show
Through May 26

Community Room
Art Reception: Saturday, May 13, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

This annual member show features works in a variety of mediums, including oil painting, watercolor, photography, and more. Robert Brennan is the juror. For more information, go to

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J. Neil Bittner
Painting With Light
Through June 30

Conference Room 
Art Reception: Saturday, May 20, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

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The works of Master Contemporary artist J. Neil Bittner are extensive in scope and displayed throughout the world in private art collections. The artist’s award-winning works are represented in six different mediums: oil painting collage, serigraphy, oil painting, stained glass, photography, and sculpture.

The Bittner residence, studio and galleries are a work of art unto themselves. The upstairs grand gallery with massive beams and architectural details create a sun-filled cupola with stained glass and woodland views. Bittner’s unique living and studio space are surrounded by natural woodland and rocky hillsides. He designed, engineered, and hand-built his home in Sandy Hook that he shares with his wife Sandy. His accomplished and diverse award-winning works reach across all mediums. Bittner’s fine works of art are marked by precision and aesthetics that evoke a powerful emotional connection with the viewer. His website,, provides an extensive and detailed look into his complex gallery and array of talents. On his website, Bittner has also included a history of several of the stained glass pieces to provide context and insights into his process of artistic creation. 

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