Art empowers learning
On Exhibit in the Gallery…
March 14 – May 1, 2019
Paintings by GEORGE HERMAN
From the Artist:
Every work of art is a monument of sorts…taking something as mundane as a stick, a telephone pole, a backyard shed…and turning it into something to be admired (or not)…to be thought-provoking, inspiring, worthy of adulation or merely consideration…A small, seemingly insignificant thing can be preserved as something that is monumental in feeling, if not necessarily in size. The things I tend to paint are things that are incidental to something else I’m looking at, somewhere else I’m going, or occur in the process of becoming something else. Thus, a stick, a vernal pool, the view from my studio window, or from a passing train.
for more works by George Herman, visit : http://www.geherman.com/#
This exhibit would not be possible without assistance from the Friends of the Bedford Free Public Library.
The public is invited to view the exhibit during regular library hours.
Community Art Wall:
The Nature Around Us
Currently on exhibit are photographs by Pete Burke. Pete has always had a great appreciation for all of nature and its many wonders. However, It wasn’t until he started doing some photography that he really began to appreciate the beauty of the animal world around us. His photographs have been featured in the 2018 & 2017 Town Planner Calendar, the front page of the June 2016 Bedford Minuteman Newspaper and OARS 2014 Calendar, just to name a few.
Arts Steering Committee
Exhibit Hours :
(closed Sundays from Mother’s Day through Labor Day)
Special thanks…The exhibits and the receptions are sponsored by the Arts Steering Committee, the Friends of the Library and the Bedford Free Public Library.