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.
Each month, a different artist's work is showcased 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.
Power and Calm:
Images of Movement and Stillness from the Hudson River and Beyond
by Alexa Brandenberg
March will showcase the photography of Alexa Brandenberg featuring portraits and landscapes. This exhibit will contain two parts--images of the Hudson Rover and other bodies of water; selected images from the Swiss Alps.
“When I see an image that I love, I have a feeling akin to the thrill of a beautifully played violin, or the sun breaking out from behind a mass of clouds. I am inspired by shape, movement, color, and emotion,
and I strive to reflect all of these things in my work. “—Alexa
Visit her website at: http://alexabrandenberg.com/alexabrandenberg.com/Home.html
Coming in April
Linda Perlmutter and her students will exhibit their watercolor paintings.
Each painting is unique to the individual student’s expressions and emotions,
but placed together these become one vibrant display of beauty and peace.
Visit the website at: http://odysseyart.com/
Coming in May
The students of Sleepy Hollow High School will showcase their work in mixed media format.