Now on view on the main floor of the Patchogue-Medford Library is a children’s art exhibit titled This Is Us! The inaugural exhibition, made possible with the support of the Patchogue-Medford Friends of the Library, features drawings from children aged 5 – 10. All of the drawings were created during a library program last March. The children were given white stock paper, pencils, colored pencils, crayons and markers, and instructed to draw pictures of themselves as well as their family members. The project’s goal was to teach the children multiculturalism and diversity through art. In total, 15 children participated in the program and have their artwork on display.Read More »“THIS IS US!” Children’s Art Exihibit Now on Display
Now on view at the Patchogue-Medford Library is Disruption, a group exhibition featuring the artists of Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE). The exhibition, curated by FREE’s Director of Art Therapy Ed Regensburg, LCAT, consists of eight abstract paintings. The artists included in this exhibition are Maria C., Diane E., Mary Claire J., Christine K., Daniel K., Cheryl L., Alicia M. and John M.
FREE exhibitions feature dynamic works of art created by individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. The images in this exhibition are powerful and moving, both for the viewers and the artists. The works are testaments to the important role art has in self expression and empowerment. FREE believes that art is an expressive outlet that fortifies the artists successful, ongoing contributions to their communities. 2018 is the sixth year FREE has exhibited artwork at the Patchogue-Medford Library.Read More »“Disruption” Art Exhibit Now On View in Lower Level Lobby
It’s starting to feel like Spring down in the library. Now on view is the Lower Level Lobby is Flowers in Abstract, a solo exhibit featuring the photography of Clarence Simpson. The exhibit features a series of floral photographs that occupy the space between abstraction and representation.
Now on view is the Lower Level Lobby is An Eclectic Journey, a solo exhibit featuring the… Read More »An Eclectic Journey: Artwork by Michael Pitocchi Now on Display in Lower Level Lobby
Now on view in the downstairs display case in the Lower Lobby is Essence of Nature,… Read More »“Essence of Nature: Photographs by Chris Bazer” Now on view in Downstairs Display Case
Get out of the cold and be inspired! For the month of December, the Patchogue-Medford… Read More »Inspired Images by Karen O’Keefe Now on View in Lower Level Lobby
Now on view in the Lower Lobby Gallery is Places from My Childhood: Paintings of Lebanon, a… Read More »Memories of Lebanese Childhood Now on View in Lower Level Lobby
Do you ever wonder what artists do in their studios? How do they make their… Read More »Artist in Action Series Offers Live Demonstration This Friday
Why wait for the leaves to change colors when you can see some fall-inspired artwork in the library?
On view in the Lower Lobby Gallery is Autumn Vistas, a juried group art show featuring select members of the South Bay Art Association (SBAA). The art on display depict scenes of autumn, captured in a variety of artistic mediums and styles.
The exhibition features artwork from the following artists: Diana Aliberti, Anne T. Baum, Fred Baumbach, Teresa Cromwell, Kystle L. DiNicola, Marion DiNicola, Lorraine M. Fosmire, Amy Fox-Bisagni, Bill Kuchler, Jeff Macholz, Rosanne O’Reilly, Paul Padavano, Jeanne Rogers, Will Ryder, Gisela Skoglund, Pat Sweeney, Joan Tavolott, Sharon way-Howard, Marie Wern, and Mary White.Read More »Autumn Scenes from the South Bay Art Association Now on View
Did you know that September 15th is the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States?
For the month of September, the Patchogue-Medford Library celebrates the contributions of Hispanic and Latin Americans in its exhibition Nuestra Raíces/Our Roots. The exhibition features cultural heritage items generously lent by members of the library’s Madres Latinas Amigas. The exhibited materials reflect the rich heritage of Ecuador, Colombia, Dominican Republic and other Latin American countries. The exhibit is on view in the Lower Lobby Gallery and in the Upstairs Display Case leading to the Children and Parent Services Department.