Create Japanese Fish Kites, perfect for Spring. Dress for a mess! Unless otherwise noted, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for all Children’s Programs. Registration for May programs begins on May 1, registration for June programs begins on June 1. Each child must be registered under his/her own library card. To validate registration the child’s age/grade MUST be […]
Non-refundable fee of $5. Watercolor artist Victoria Beckert will guide you in a relaxing afternoon of watercolor painting for all skill levels. Learn different techniques, how to mix paints, and how to use the brushes. Everyone will go home with a finished work of art. NSPL cardholders may register in person, by phone, or online […]
Non-refundable fee of $5. Watercolor artist, Victoria Beckert will guide you in a relaxing morning of watercolor painting for all skill levels. You will learn different techniques, how to mix paints, and use the brushes. Early Registration! Registration for the following program begins 11/1 for NSPL cardholders and 11/5 for non-residents, space permitting.
For Jean Caiola, The Journey of the Plein Air artist begins with her camera to photograph landscapes that evoke a “certain” mood that she can express on the canvas.
Nichols Nappi fills his paintings with color, bold and audacious. It is his goal that each painting becomes not only a journey for the eye, but also a visual musical composition, a melody.
SallyAnne Keller captures the colors of the atmosphere from all of Long Island's seasons, painting landscapes, still life, animals, and florals
These paintings reflect not only realistic visions of landscapes and flowers, but emotional reactions to light and reflections in the surroundings.
Ms. Gartelmann exuberant paintings of flowers capture the light and reflection of color. An award-winning artist, her work has been exhibited in many galleries.
This mother-daughter exhibit features works by Joanne Johnson, a retired art teacher living in Wading River, and her daughter, Daria Brown, an art teacher in the SWR School District.
A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Ms. Weilbacher, has always worked with bold colors and designs using oils, watercolors and acrylics