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 email@example.com
For much of my adult life, I immersed myself in being the mother of three sons. My sons are grown now; they are doing their own thing and so am I.
When my youngest son started college, I decided to take a photography class at Cuyahoga Community College. To my surprise, I discovered a new passion. Since then, I have dedicated much effort and time to learning all I can about photography. The learning curve has been steep and, at times, overwhelming, but it has been a labor of love.
I was the oldest student in most of my classes. I surmise I worked the hardest or perhaps the longest on my assignments because the technology had been unfamiliar to me. At my age, I appreciate that time passes quickly, so I am eager to learn all I can as fast as I can. I have two courses left to complete the program at Tri-C. I am grateful for the help and support offered by teachers, fellow students, friends, and my family.
Outside of photography, I enjoy tennis, gardening, nature, movies, reading, golf, travel, P.E.O., and spending time with friends and family.
The theme I chose for this exhibit is one of Hudson’s favorite spots, Hudson Springs Park.