Tuesday, May 26, 2009

June community Room Exhibit


An Art Exhibit sponsored by Fermata, a non-profit artists aid organization, featuring children's drawings from Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Latvia and Bulgaria. The overall mission of the Fermata Corporation is to aid in the preservation of peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation. The model for achieving this is through the synthesis of art, architecture, philosophy and poetry. Fermata promotes and encourages true intercultural dialogue between countries, through which the representatives of different countries can discover shared values and spiritual commonality.

June Lobby Exhibit


A Photography exhibit by Wendy Rosenberg, featuring horticultural photography of plants, flowers and animals.


Wendy is a self taught photographer and also a University of Connecticut certified Master Gardener. She has combined these two disciplines and created a photo exhibit of natural images directly from her own back yard. From the horticultural perspective she has developed a peaceful yet bustling natural habitat with a vast array of plants, flowers and water features which attract many diverse species. Photographically she has captured many unusual and unseen everyday creatures and flora right outside her door. All photos are true-to-life and never digitally or computer enhanced. A Nikon digital-SLR camera was used for all photos.

Friday, May 1, 2009

May Art Exhibit: Linda Webber "Hanging Art"


During the month of May, the Farmington Library will feature the artwork of West Hartford Artist Linda Webber. Her works will be showcased in the library lobby, and in the corridor gallery.


Linda received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Boston University. She has exhibited in shows and galleries across New England. She currently serves as Art Currator for the the University of Connecticut Heath Center Gallery, and works as a state licensed interior designer.


A reception to celebrate the opening of her show titled "Hanging Art" is scheduled for Saturday May 2nd from 3-5pm. The reception, which is free and open to the public, will feature refreshments, and a brief talk by the artist.