Exhibits at the Library
We offer exhibit space to local artists or artist groups at no charge. We have three gallery areas and two exhibit cases. We schedule exhibits for a minimum of two months. You can read our full exhibit & display policy.
Our Virtual Gallery displays local art on a 32" HD monitor. The Virtual Gallery is a gift of Jay and Erica Ball in memory of Paula Polk.
For more information about displaying your art, contact Jane Finlay at 508-647-6526 or email@example.com.
Some artists' works are available for purchase.
May 2–30, 2013
18th Annual 4th Grade Art Exhibition
Location: Right and Left Galleries, first floor; Lebowitz Meeting Hall and display cabinets, lower level
This year the visual art teachers are exploring the elements of line, shape and color. Throughout this exhibit, sample artwork has been identified and labeled as exemplars that demonstrate the students' capabilities with these elements.
Artwork is from the following schools and Visual Art Teachers:
Bennett-Hemenway School, Ms. Worthington and Ms. Curtis; Brown School, Mrs. Furst; Johnson School, Ms. Ms Sunday; Lilja School, Ms. Curtis; and Memorial School, Ms. Sunday
Historical Society Exhibit
Location: First floor exhibit cases near fiction section
The Hawaiian Islands Come to Natick:
Natick Historical Society has long been home to a number of objects from the Hawaiian Islands. How did these objects get to Natick? Records indicate these items were collected by missionaries and donated to Natick Historical Society by Alfred Stedman Hartwell, commander of the American Massachusetts 55th infantry in the Civil War. His wife, Charlotte Smith was the daughter of missionary James William Smith.
Hawaiian Kapa Cloth:
Kapa cloth is a traditional Hawaiian cloth made from the bark of certain indigenous trees It was prized by native Hawaiians as well as European traders and missionaries.
Scott Terasi - Photography
Hosta Plant, Natick
Location: Virtual Gallery, first floor
A Natick native, Terasi came late to finding an affinity with nature, which now is unmistakable. Here you'll enjoy the full range and variety of his latest work: landscapes, sunsets, ocean scenes, gardens and flowers, cityscapes, music, and the little inhabitants of our landscape world: the world of insects.