Guidelines for Art Exhibits and Displays (.pdf)
The Watson-Ewell-Currin Community Art Gallery is open to the public during regular library hours. This
gallery represents, and is named for, four generations of artists, all from the same family. It is named for a family of artists that started in Chicago, and is continued in Hudson, Ohio. It has been endowed in hopes that it will provide a display area for Hudson artists of all ages, from the very young to those veterans in the field.
The Hudson Library & Historical Society welcomes and encourages local artists and students to display their work at the library. Please view the gallery brochure for more information about the history of the names above the door.
For more information, contact Nicole Arigo at 330-653-6658 x1046 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m very happy to be given the opportunity by the Hudson Library to introduce myself to the community by exhibiting my art work in the gallery.
Although I work in several styles and media, this show is focused on nonobjective prints and drawings. The subject of my work varies dependent on the printing technique I use and my mind set. I may begin with a specific problem to solve, say the painting of a flower in an objective work, or a more or less blank mind in a nonobjective piece. I like nonobjective art because it taps into my subconscious and that’s always fun to see.
When I make a series of pieces, a theme often arises that ties the work together and gives it meaning. I hope this can be seen in the work I’ve exhibited and that it is enjoyable to the audience.
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