Art in the Library
“Curious Characters” Pianista Paintings and Prints from the Veneto Collection
Holliston resident and artist Michael Frassinelli has created a mythological society/culture. In two past exhibits at the library he presented several aspects of the Pianista culture: a variety of objects used in everyday life, ceremonies and weapons. The focus for thisexhibit will be the paintings & prints of figures wearing traditional Pianista masks and ceremonial regalia, along with notes from ‘experts’. A fascinating exhibit from a culture that exists only in the imagination. A comprehensive and incredibly enthralling catalogue of the Pianista culture will be available for purchase. An exhibit NOT to be missed.
Upstairs Display Case
“Close To My Heart” Clay works by students of Arti Bhola Goulatia at the Ceramics Garage
Ashland resident Arti Goulatia is the owner of The Ceramics Garage studio, where she creates her wonderful ceramic objects and teaches clay classes to children and adults. This exhibit focuses on the work her students have created this past year. Another in a series of art exhibits at the library presenting the amazing work of students from different art studio classes, in a variety of media that take place in Ashland… a community embracing the arts.
April 1st–June 15th
There are 4 large paintings by Al Perry on exhibit in the upstairs Fireplace lounges. These are on extended viewing for the next several months. Photographer Bill Horseman has a group of photos on display in the Cheever Conference room
If you are a collector and would like to share your collection with the Library community by exhibiting all or part of it in the locked display case near the main circulation desk, please contact Larry DeJong at email@example.com. Leave a short message and a way to contact you and he will follow up with you.