by Theresa Grant
Theresa Grant, a Uniondale resident raised in Jamaica and Aruba, will showcase her artistic talents at the Library. This exhibit will feature her artwork combining calligraphy and batiking, an African art form that creates unique shapes and patterns. Her artwork reflects cultural, social and political issues
Meet the Artist Reception:
Sunday, September 28 at6 2:00pm
Shadows of Nature II
By Adrienne Hawthorne
Adrienne Hawthorne, a Uniondale resident forover thirty years, is also a children's librarian.Her love of self expression has led to a wide variety of artistic hobbies including jewelry design, music and photography. Her passion for photography has helped her to produce some wonderful photographic artwork. Many of the pieces selected for this exhibition feature landscapes, seascapes and floral photography that reflect her love of nature: its vivid beauty and color. Meet the Artist, Adrienne Hawthorne:
Sunday, October 5 at 2:00 p.m.
paintings of spirits aSusan M. O'Hanlan, an amateur painter,was encouraged by her family at an early ageto pursue art. Getting inspiration from nature, she started painting landscapes. Her special interest is working with children as well as with senior citizens to expand their horizons. This exhibit will feature acrylic and angels.
Meet the Artist, Susan M. O’Hanlan:
Sunday, November 2 at 2:00 p.m.
Uniondale Public Library is looking for artists who wish to exhibit their artwork in the upcoming year. Interested individuals should contact Salamah Adjoua Mullen at the Library for an application.