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
Christine Casarano -Displaying Artist for September -October
Christine M. Casarano is a self-taught acrylic artist, with a background in cosmetology and she is a retired esthetician instructor. In addition, she has published poetry and is known for her Christmas cards. She has won an award for Art in the Park in Maine and also won an award for a Christmas card for the Lawrence Eagle Tribune.
Her work has been exhibited in private and at association galleries in New Hampshire and Maine.
Christine has always been inspired by the old masters’ sense of dark and light, referred to as “chiaroscuro.” This is a style developed by the Italian master, Caravaggio.
Christine’s goal is to paint realism as beautifully as possible, and to learn & grow in her art while doing so.
Display Cases at the Library
Our display cases on the first and second floor showacase interesting collections.
Currently, we have two different types of unique carvings on display. You can see more photos of these displays on our Flickr page.
- Oaxacan Wood Carving collection from Rosemary Krol
- Zuni Carvings, also known as "fetishes", from the Bergkuists