Local residents are invited to submit applications to hang their work in our gallery. For more information, please call Phyllis Gargiulo at the library.
On Our Library Wall
August 2014 - Matthew Fell
Fell, age 28, lives in Patterson, New York. He is an avid hiker on trails surrounding Patterson, as well as Tarpywile in Danbury and preserves at Hemlock Hills and Bennett Pond in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Many scenes are of the Hudson Highlands and Minnewaska Park in the Shawangunk Mountains. Fell's hiking experiences are depicted as impressions in his paintings.
September 2014 - Robert Uricchio
Photography, for me, ismore than simply attempting to capture a moment or place in time. I am a person who loves nature and being outdoors. Nature inspires me. Photography is the medium I choose to present my inspiration of nature to my audience...to inspire my audience as nature inspires me.
The colors of the trees, the sound of a flowing river or nearby stream, the blue of the sky, the red of the earth...these are the elements that make me feel so comfortable and relaxed in nature. I use my camera as a tool to capture my contentment in nature and share it with my audience.
Through my images I hope to share with you some of the beauty, splendor and freedom of nature and the outdoors that I have experienced and enable you to bring a piece of it into your world.
In the display cases
The 100th Anniversary of the Start of WWI: A Glimpse of North Salem in the Great War