Local Art Exhibits
The Kellogg-Hubbard Library is proud to support the work of local artists. Each month we host an exhibit from an adult artist in the Kitzmiller Room on the second floor of the Library and an exhibit from a youth artist or art class in the Children's Library. If you would like your art to be featured at the Library, please read the instructions below.
In the Kitzmiller Fiction Room
JC Wayne - Creative for Good
Wondrous World: Illuminating Sacred Spaces of Memory
Through a variety of media - hand-mixed natural earth paint powder oil and acrylic palette knife paintings; gouache, 3-dimensional hand-cut paper art and guest collaborators' book illustrations and poetry, "Wondrous World," shares the wisdom illuminations and experiences of actively and consciously "re-memorying" (re-awakening through the power of the evocative specialness of outer and inner spaces and landscapes) the reality that we are truly amazing beings, living in a world designed of magic, mystery and meaning that is alive and interconnected, and that what we do to/experience as one, we do to/experience as all.
This exhibit includes an artist talk and workshop for community members on Monday, December 11 from 6 - 7 pm in the Kitzmiller Fiction Room.
In the Children's Library
Washington County Homeschool Students
Homeschool Art Show
Come check out homeschool art made by area youth and teens on display for the month of December in the Children's Library.
This exhibit includes an art reception on Saturday, December 2, at 1:00 pm in the Children's Library.
Upcoming Exhibits 2023/2024
Kitzmiller Fiction Room
December - JC Wayne
January - Meredith London-Orgiefsky
February - Richard Littauer
April - Poem City 2024
May - Linda Hogan
September - Kenrick K.F. Fischer Photography
October - Phillip Robertson
December - Washington County Homeschool Students