Drop by the library anytime to view our new exhibit, Different Perspectives, by local artist Jeff Spiegel. Jeff has chosen a selection of his mixed media paintings and wooden sculptures that reflect “getting lost in the process [as his] way of creation.” Many of the paintings are framed in beautiful wooden frames, also handmade by Jeff, from trees on his property in Corinth.
All artwork in the exhibit is for sale, with 10% of the purchase price to benefit the library. Please contact Emily at the library for a price list (802-439-5338 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Jeff, on how he got started:
“I began exploring with cray pas (oily crayons) in 1987 making whimsical abstracts I actually liked. I was intrigued with the notion of following my hands and allowing forms, colors, and textures to move across paper and canvas with no apparent goal in mind. I continue to work that way today.”