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Art Exhibits

At the Library, we recognize the value of local artists to the community. To support local artists and art organizations, we provide free display space that allows our visitors to view and engage in the creative life of our community.

Exhibit spaces are located at our Main Branch:

  • The Rotary Room is used to display multimedia exhibits.
  • Two locked glass display cases in the Foyer are suitable for three-dimensional art including jewelry, pottery, sculpture and fabric art. Both cases feature lighting and adjustable shelves.

Are you interested in displaying your artwork at our Main Branch, view our Art Exhibit Policy and then submit your information online.

 

Currently on Display

Rotary Room – David Reid Exhibit

David Reid is a freelance photographer based in Durham Region.  David’s pursuit of nature photography in particular has driven him to places that are often overlooked and off the beaten track. Looking for locations that provide a new perspective of how wildlife

Artist David Reid lives in the wild.

Interested in photography from a young age, David has worked in a range of photographic genres pushing himself and creative norms.  He has developed an eye for seeing beauty in the world around us. His style invokes an emotion that draws you in and forces you to ask questions.

 

David’s goal is to hold your attention and draw you into the world within the image. Colour, lighting, focus and nature's energy are all brought together to deliver the story of that moment.

After all he’s a storyteller.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Large Display Case – Lego Afternoons

Lego Afternoons

Lego afternoons take place every Wednesday until August 23rd, this weeks creations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Small Display Case – Lego Afternoons

 

Lego afternoons take place every Wednesday until August 23rd, this weeks creations.

Lego Afternoons