Art at the Library

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For our first 2021 MAC at the Library Gallery we have a Four Artist Focus:

Carl Finkbeiner

What best describes the work you’ve chosen to display at the Library?
Vivid Contrasts and Transformations.

What do you find inspires you to create your art?
I love every part of photography, from learning it to accomplishing it to spending time exploring objects, places, people, things, emotions and ideas.
It is my joy to make images of beauty or at least intrigue, and to share them with others.

Has Covid-19 changed you as an artist?
Paradoxically, I find I am more inclined to create images darker in tone, while I am less inclined to find drama or suffering to portray.

Georgianna Grentzenberg

What best describes the work you’ve chosen to display at the Library?
Most current finished works, except one, which is only slightly earlier.

What do you find inspires you to create your art?
Current interests and experiences: colors, events, questions, reading, images from media, books, daily life.

Has Covid-19 changed you as an artist?
Having more time and less interruptions has given me more freedom to explore imagery and color.

Rick Prieur

What best describes the work you’ve chosen to display at the Library? Mostly stuff I pulled off the walls.

What do you find inspires you to create your art? Momentum.

Has Covid-19 changed you as an artist? Covid changed everything, I’m still an artist.

Shannan McConnell

Displaying four oil on canvas paintings.

The Media Arts Council and the Media Upper Providence Free Library are sharing space and showing works at the library for sale and appreciation.
A portion of every sale goes to the Library & MAC!