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 dollycurtis72@gmail.com. Please read our artist guidelines below.

Alice Smith

Homage to the Collage

August 1 - August 31

Conference Room & Glass Display Case

Art Reception: Friday, August 26, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31
Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31

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Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31
Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31

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Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31
Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31

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Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31
Alice Smith, 8/1-8/31

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Alice Smith’s artwork is a unique formula of mixing   happenstance with intention: a deliberate attempt to re-purpose materials she already has. Her background in publishing and graphic design developed Alice’s keen eye for seeing shape and color in print material. Through the discipline of cutting shapes with scissors and then combining these shapes, she creates something completely new on canvas. Alice Smith helps people transform and edit their mass collections of things by converting them into a single artistic expression.

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Marcia Fitzgibbons

Beautiful Beasties & Happy Places

August 1 - August 31

Community Room

Art Reception: Thursday August 18, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31
Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31

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Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31
Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31

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Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31
Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31

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Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31
Marcia Fitzgibbons, 8/1-8/31

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Marcia Fitzgibbons is a Monroe resident who began her artistic pursuits seven years ago. Her landscapes, seascapes, and animals reflect her travels and special love of the Northeast and Africa. She was trained inart at Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges. There, she started drawing, painting, sculpting, and working with pastels, but painting became her true calling. Marcia has shown her work in Bridgeport, Monroe, and Easton.

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