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Local Artists on Display
The 2nd floor meeting room also serves as exhibit space for local artists. Displays are shown for approximately 2 months and the public is welcome to view them during regular library hours, if the room is not in use for a meeting.
Please contact Janet Arden at the library for more information or to display your work: 603-329-6411
Elizabeth A. Benson - September & October 2016 Display Artist
Elizabeth Benson draws much of her inspiration from woodland and ocean shores throughout New England. Her attention to detail is revealed in the brushstrokes of lush landscapes and energy charged atmospheres. By capturing the dance of light and shadow on canvas, her oil paintings invite the viewer to journey with her as she explores nature.
Elizabeth has been a member of numerous Art Associations in the Boston area, has served as the Art Exhibition Chairman for Wood End Studio Associates, and had been the Co-Chairperson and production manager for the Topsfield Fair Art Department for several years.
Elizabeth's artwork has been represented at the Crump /McCole Gallery at the Boston World Trade Center, the Black Sheep Gallery in Rockport & Gloucester, and at The Little’s block of shops in Georgetown, MA.
As a professional Executive Coach with the Center for Executive Coaching, Elizabeth often conducts workshops, training sessions and retreats, which encourage creativity and balance in life.
Display Cases at the Library
Our display cases on the first and second floor showcase interesting collections.
Currently, we have Zuni Carvings, also known as "fetishes", from the Bergkuists' collection on display. You can see more photos of these displays on our Flickr page.