The Art & Text Show has concluded…

…but there’s still time to enjoy the amazing artwork before it’s all gone! Each day, between now and mid-December, the Library’s art galleries will be emptying to prepare for the 2020 shows–so don’t delay, come in today. A sincere thank you to all the artists who participated in our show. Your amazing artwork beautified the Library!

 

Art & Text Show October-December 2019

art-text-framed-pieces.jpgArt Spaces in Fairfield County Libraries, a consortium of 13 libraries offering curated exhibitions, will present a united exhibition called Art & Text, featuring the work of local and regional artists.

The Bethel Public Library is proud to be a member of the Art Spaces consortium, and will be participating in the Art & Text show, which will run from October through December 2019.

Note: The Art & Text Show is featured in all of the Library’s galleries except Morris, which is dedicated to the Accessible Art Project.

Please visit our Library—and all the others—to see how artists interpret the theme of Art & Text!

First Floor Display Case September 2019

Tougas displayAppreciate the outstanding craftsmanship of woodworker Terrence Tougas. On display are his custom home decor items like bud vases, wine bottle stoppers, and footstools; fun toys and games for children; as well as bookends and desksets. You can see more of Terry’s work at local craft fairs and through his MineHill Woodworks website.