The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Suzanne Pretty during the month of July.

Of her work Pretty writes:

The thread of the environment and its fragmentation runs through my work. I have drawn on the everyday world around me for my imagery. I...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of the students of Spaulding High School during the month of April.

Featured works include drawings, paintings, ceramics and papier-mache sculptures in a variety of styles and colors by the following artists...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Vanessa Marie Simms during the month of March.

Vanessa Marie Simms is a self-taught acrylic and oil artist. She was born in Dover, New Hampshire, and grew up in Lee, New Hampshire most of her life. Growin...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Bob Farrell during the month of February. 

Of his career Farrell writes:

"When I was young, I started doing lettering and graphics. I designed a few new fonts and I created a lot of designs. When I got old...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Eisabella Janis during the month of December.  

Janis is a former student of Pratt Institute in NYC. She paints watercolor surrealist paintings inspired by the world around her. On display is a selection...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Sherry Palmer during the month of November.

Of her work, Palmer says:

"I paint outside, on site, in oils and watercolor. The gestures of the land, not the fine detail, interest me. Painting for me is a pro...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present an Arts & Crafts Show by the Tri-City Consumers’ Action Co-Operative (Tri-City Co-Op), a peer support agency that serves adult residents of Strafford County, during the month of October.

Positive Community Impact

Many me...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Beth Wittenberg during the month of September.

Beth Wittenberg is a professional contemporary artist living and working in Rochester, NH. During the summer of 2018 Wittenberg participated in residencies i...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of the students of Artstream studios during the month of February. On display is a diverse collection of paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media pieces representing the talent of students with a broad range...

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to present the artwork of Kira Richard during the month of January.

Richard's series of paintings, inspired by her love of natural curiositites, features undersea creatures delicately layered upon galactic backdrops. She feels t...

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