EXHIBITS

On the Main Level:

On view through January 20
Inspired by Dr. William Wieting who opened all our eyes to the charm of eclecticism in art collecting, members of the art committee are presenting a winter show of works of great variety gathered from their personal collections. On view are works by Pat Shaw, Anastasia Szerejko Maertens, Peter Agrafiotis, Peggy Bacon, Jeremy Foss, George Howell Gay, DeWitt Hardy, Richard Haynes Jr, Walt Kuhn, Terence LaNoue, Richard Maynard, Michael Palmer, Robert Rauschenberg, Jan Roy, and many others.

The Pink Fog, 1973
Peter Agrafiotis
Oil on canvas


The Ballad of Tangle Street
Book Illustration by Peggy Bacon


  In the Kennebunk Room:

The “Fishbox Painters”, Rozanna Patane, Pamela Wallis, Heather Parker and Jeanine Means will display their work in the Kennebunk Room at the Library from October 24 – December 31. They are an informal group of local artists so named for the restaurant fishboxes that they use as palettes. Each has her own distinct style working in oil and/or acrylics but all four hope to bring light and life to their paintings through the thoughtful use of shapes and color.

“Fall Woods” Rozanna Patane


In the Display Cases Upstairs:

Snow Scenes with Penguins! Penguin ornaments frolic in the snow scenes created in our display cases. These Hallmark ornaments are part of a series named “Frosty Friends” which started in 1980.

Stories in Miniature: Seacoast resident Cheryl Frye’s collection of dioramas of nursery rhymes. Cheryl develops these delightful scenes with her grandchildren. Her work has been exhibited in a number of Seacoast Libraries, including Rye and Portsmouth.


Museums of Old York Display Case on the Lower Level:

The musical instruments displayed in this exhibit were all made or used here in York Maine.

 

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