Still Life in Carbon Pencil by Lucy Brannagan (grade 9) and Bird Portrait by Zoe Zhang (grade 6).
Through the Eyes of Budding Artists: Mixed Media by Students of Teresa Higgins
Lebowitz Meeting Hall, lower level
Teresa Higgins’ talented students range from adults to children in grades 3-12. They all share a love of drawing and a passion for creating realistic art using photographs and a variety of media. To learn more about Natick artist Teresa Higgins and her custom portraits, landscapes and seascapes visit her website at www.teresahiggins.com.
Welcome to Mardi Gras and Children’s Snow Games by Arnold Sheinis
Arnold Sheinis, oil and watercolor paintings
Right and Left Galleries, first floor
Natick resident and artist Arnold Sheinis depicts many seascapes and landscapes, but also explores the figure and relationship of groups of people to each other. Sheinis retired from a psychiatry practice in 1988 and has devoted himself to painting ever since. His work is eclectic, using a variety of media and styles. To learn more visit www.arnoldsheinis.com.
Blue Eyed Beauty, Elm Bank by Scott Terrasi
Scott Terrasi: Photography
Virtual Gallery, first floor
Terrasi’s latest show is about local area New England scenes. His focus is on landscapes, wildlife and the smaller little critters that go unnoticed—insects, etc. You will find scenes from local Audubon centers, deer, swans and birds, turtles and snakes. Also animals from local farms.
Natick Bulletin, April 6, 1917
Wake Up America! Natick in the First World War
Historical Exhibit Case, first floor
A collaboration between the Natick Historical Society and the Library, the exhibit is a snapshot of Natick and its citizens a century ago. Stories are told through period photographs and documents, trench art, a uniform worn in battle, and an American flag that survived two world wars. Come and explore the local perspective on “the war to end war.”