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1st floor Merrill Community Room - Elisabeth Miller - "Journaling in Paint"
“Journaling in Paint” is a collection of personal pieces by Shelburne artist Elisabeth Miller now showing in the community room of Pierson Library through April.
“Working as a portrait artist has reserved the genres of still life and interior for personal expression and exploration,” Miller said. “These paintings are as pages torn from a journal. Created over a span of 10 years, they contain a few of the musings and observations of a life spent behind the easel.”
2nd Floor South Gallery - Greg Nicolai - Photographs
Nicolai’s goal is to take something that he photographs and turn it into something that is more interesting. As much as he enjoys the end result, he enjoys the process even more. Forms, shapes, and patterns, no matter what the environment, create the initial interest. Black and white photographs seem to emphasize and intensify these details. Color is used only if it helps to further define the subject. Finding the best composition is a fun challenge. Discovering that elusive element that animates a photograph is the reward.
For more information or to purchase please contact Kate Ashman at Burlington City Arts: 802-865-7296 or email@example.com
Community Gallery (front Foyer): Lisa Kent and Jennifer Ashline, Pastels
"If Flowers Come Up," a collaboration of original artwork from Lisa Kent of Shelburne and Jennifer Ashline of Winooski, will be on display at the Pierson Library through Friday, April 14.
Kent works entirely in soft pastel, one that can offer amazing texture, luminosity, and layering through pure pigments. She is captivated by the local landscapes and flora throughout the seasons and can be found painting daily at Frogs End Studio in Shelburne.
Ashline works in several mediums, including pastel, acrylic, and oil. She is a local medical provider and self-taught painter, working out of her home studio, Lovewell Art Studio in Winooski.
Children's Room: Ukrainian Science Fiction Illustrations
In partnership with the Pierson Library, the Fermata Arts Foundation is sharing a traveling exhibition of art from Ukraine in the Library's children's room. The Fermata Arts Foundation develops cultural partnerships between New England cities and cities in post-Soviet space countries. It provides opportunities for individuals to experience and explore other cultures. Learn more at https://fermata-arts.org/.