‘Fact or Fiction’ artworks in new Fairfield Library exhibit
Published 8:26 am, Tuesday, October 20, 2015
“Fact or Fiction,” a new art exhibit at the Fairfield Public Library, runs to Nov. 28.
An opening reception for the show is planned at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in the Kershner Gallery of the library, corner of Old Post and Post roads.
The theme reflects “each artist’s emotional response to a real or imaginary experience,” according to publicity for the show, and the works are depicted in a variety of styles, materials and media.
The show was juried by artist Susan Sharp. It includes work by the following artists: Lynne Arovas, Paul Berger, Joanne Bryant, Bevi Bullwinkel, Miggs Burroughs, Elizabeth Devoll, Barbara Dierolf, Megan Garbe, Christine Goldbach, Barbara Gray, Molly Hauser, Judy Henderson, Dawn Kraemer, Phyllis Lee, Fruma Markowitz, Toby Michaels, Susan Taylor Murray, Johnny Shahnazarian, Laurene Truhn and Al Coyote Weiner.
For more information, visit www.fairfieldpubliclibrary.org or call 203-256-3155.