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An Overview of the Year in Art So Far
Pearl River High School Art Students Show
|Landscapes, Still-Lifes and Graphic Designs by artist Martha Zaldivar-Aiello|
|Fine art and graphic art have taken divergent paths over the years, but multi-talented artist Martha Zaldivar-Aiello brings them back together, finding equal beauty in both approaches. Whether it's a landscape, a still-life or a silk-screened T-shirt design, this artist captures the essence of her subject with a rich, harmonized palette, sensuous lines and bold typography.|
Abstract Works by Gary Falkenstern
Contemporary Realism in Oils by Master Painter
In February the Arts at the Pearl River Public Library proudly presented an exhibit by the critically acclaimed, award-winning realist painter, Victor Zaldivar. The show featured large-scale still-lifes and portraiture in charcoal and oil.
Celebrating a Grand Pearl River Tradition
Photographs of the Pearl River St. Patrick's Day Parade by Carol Dyer
In March the Arts at the Pearl River Public Library honored that grand Pearl River tradition: the St. Patrick's Day Parade. For the past 10 years, town resident and uniquely talented photographer Carol Dyer has been capturing all the excitement, pride and camaraderie of the parade in her colorful and engaging images. This year's show featured highlights from the 2013 parade.
In keeping with the spirit, the Library will brought together works from its collection that highlighted the literary flair of the Emerald Ilse through great Irish memoir, fiction, poetry and nonfiction.
Enchanted Landscapes by David Jerrman
Portraiture and the Imagination
August James Lanigan Thompson
Yoko Komori Olson
"Water is Our Life"
Jonathan Trotta Contemporary Portraiture
The Holidays in New York
a Photography Exhibit by Hanns G. Kohl
Retrospective by Joseph Amabile
Pearl River Public Library is Seeking Artists!
The PRPL Arts Advisory Committee selects the artists who are featured in our Paula Bohovesky Gallery each month. To have your work considered for exhibit, fill out a submission form and return it to the Library.