Quarryville: Current Art Shows
Art Exhibits


Art Exhibit in the Carlson Cultural Room

Current Show: The Barry Root Family Show
 
The next art show in the Quarryville Library will open with a reception for the artists on Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm.
 

The show will feature works by noted book illustrators Barry and Kim Root.  Barry Root has illustrated many books for children, including The Birthday Tree by Paul Fleischman, Passing the Music Down by Sarah Sullivan and Bag in the Wind by Ted Kooser.  Kim Root has illustrated over 30 children's books including A Bed for the Wind by Richard Goodman, Windows of Gold by Selma Lanes, and A Messy Messy Room by Judith Gorog.  Kim works in watercolor with ink or pencil and Barry works in watercolor, oil or gouache.  The show will include many book illustrations and also other "recent and not so recent" works by both artists.

Barry Root and Kim Root will be available to sign books at the reception. There will be books available for purchase, or you may bring ones you already have that either of these artists have illustrated.  

This art exhibit is sponsored by Longley Insurance Agency, Exton, Pa.   After the reception the show will be available for viewing in the C.X. Carlson Gallery during library hours until the first week of May.

Upcoming Show: Sarah Irwin Show

Sponsored by Eschbach Bus Service

      The next show at the Quarryville Library is cutting edge work by Sarah Irwin, a recent Solanco High School Graduate who has already had work displayed in several galleries around the area including the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She is currently attending Maryland Institute College of Art.  Her show will include a collection of  "various mediums and meanings". She calls the show Assemblage of Various Artwork".  It consists of drawings and paintings mostly of people. The mediums of these works include charcoal, graphite, pastel, oil paint, and a few mixed media pieces.

   The works include pieces she made her senior year of high school, and pieces made during her freshman year of college.  The work explores the teenage mind including themes of sadness and depression. There are also pieces in the show that are of nature, animals, and other objects. College has taught her to "open my mind to new forms of art and experimental ways of creating."

   The show will open at a reception in the C.X Carlson Gallery of the Quarryville Library on Saturday, May 14 from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM.  Come and meet the artist and enjoy refreshments provided by the Art Committee of the Quarryville Library.  The show will be open during library hours until June 30, 2016.

contact information for Sarah Irwin:

sirwin01@mica.edu

484-787-4534





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