Make sure to stop in to our Smart Community Room before the end of February to see artist Carl Houghton’s paintings. There are a variety of rural landscapes and still life acrylic paintings on display. Mr. Houghton, a New Berlin resident, has exhibited widely over the years and has won several awards for his work.
The artwork of father-daughter duo Ben Shaw and Maria Newell will be on display for the months through December. Ben’s work focuses on old barns and covered bridges, while Maria’s work highlights her time spent in Kenya. Between the two artists, a variety of styles, subject matter, and media will be on display. Come see the work in our Smart Community Room anytime the library is open.
Have you seen the wood carvings by local artisan Dennis Heath? Our front entryway’s display cases house several of Heath’s works. There are a variety of beautifully carved animals to see.
Come see the artwork of local artist Joanne Osterhout in the Sidney Library’s Smart Community Room. Ms. Osterhout and her husband Warren live in Bainbridge and founded Dust Bunny Frames. Her photography is displayed in their handmade frames, built from recycled barn wood.
This artwork is on display through October, and can be viewed anytime the library is open.
If you are in the library, be sure to visit the art exhibit being displayed in our Smart Community Room. We are honored to have Ms. Shirley Sherwood’s watercolor paintings on display. You can view her artwork anytime the library is open.
Through the end of June, come and view the wonderful work of Hope Thurlby. Ms. Thurlby’s watercolors are on display in our Smart Community Room anytime the library is open. Her experience in viking archaeology and working at several museums has influenced her work. We hope you will stop by!
The Delaware County Historical Association will have an exhibit on display in the Sidney Library’s Smart Community Room now through March 30th, 2016. The focus is on hand quilting from 1770 – 1916. All quilts were made in the local area. We hope you will stop by to see these beautiful items anytime the library is open.
The featured artist for January and February is Amy Marron of Mount Upton, owner of Lifeworks Photos. Ms. Marron became interested in photography in high school and has been practicing since. Her passion is equestrian photography, and has been seen at many events on the Chensego Hunter Association circuit.
These photographs will be on display in our Smart Community Room anytime the library is open. Come take a look!
Meg Anderson Argo, whose artwork is being featured in the Smart Community Room during September and October, will display her collection of fire drawings. Ms. Anderson Argo is a NYS Fire Investigator and has put together this display to honor local fire departments, since October is Fire Prevention Month. We encourage you to stop by and view the artwork anytime the library is open.