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Fitzgerald Gallery

About 

 

The Fitzgerald Art Gallery, located in the hallway between the Circulation area and the Referance area, was dedicated in recognition of services to the Warner Library by Gerald Fitzgerald. Mr. Fitzgerald was a trustee of the library from 1941-1969 and president of the trustees from 1953-1969.
 

In September of 2014 the Fitzgerald Gallery was renovated thanks to a generous donation by Richard and Janet Getler. It now features a modern hanging system, and is brighter and more functional. We also now have a secondary gallery in the stairwell leading down into the Children's Room.

 

In 2017 renovations on the third floor of the library were completed, and included gallery space in Room C for artists to display their work.

 

Each month, a different artist or group of artists showcase their work in the gallery. These artworks can range from traditional paintings and renderings to modern photography and abstracts, each reflecting the artist's personal style and perspective of the world.

 

Local artists are always welcome to inquire about utilizing the gallery spaces. Please read the Gallery Exhibits Policy and contact Cassandra Troini to schedule a display.

 


Exhibits of 2018


 

May

 

Main Gallery: Students of Sleepy Hollow High School

Stairwell Gallery: David Schroedel


June

 

Main Gallery-Sonia Idelsohn

3rd Floor Gallery-Helen Ferrulli

 


 

July

 

Main Gallery-Neighborhood House

3rd Floor Gallery-Helen Ferrulli

 


August

 

Main Gallery-Donald Whitely

3rd Floor Gallery-Helen Ferrulli

 


September

 

Main Gallery-Daniel Rush

 


October

 

Main Gallery-Adam Tramantano

 


November

 

Main Gallery-Hook 'N Reel

 


December

 

Main Gallery-Helen Sanchez-Zhu