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PLEASE NOTE: the opening reception for this exhibition has been postponed at this time due to the current public health concerns.
As the Library is closed indefinitely, please take a moment to check out our March artist, Piermont favorite, Dan Lukens via his website http://danlukensart.com/
For the month of March, the Dennis P. McHugh Piermont Library presents The Light in Ordinary Days: New Paintings by Dan Lukens.
From the artist…..As Emerson wrote, “ Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.”
The best in our lives, I believe, resides in familiar things and often overlooked places. In a path well traveled, foliage changing with the season, or a face we know, there is a refuge in the sublime light in ordinary days.
Shared in these new paintings is an ode to local life and a homage to the ties we carry with us.
Bilingual Mother Goose for Kids and Parents
Grades K and up. (Well-behaved siblings welcome!)
Alternate Mondays from 4:30-5:15pm
January 13 & 27
February 10 & 24
Listen to fairy tales in English and Spanish!
For the month of February, the Library presents, Shakira Chin: Waters Along the LoHud. A reception for the artist will be held on Sunday, February 9th, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. All are welcome!
Introducing Artist Shakira ChinAs a fine art oil painter, Shakira specializes in sunrises/ sunsets, waterscapes, and silhouettes- it is hard not to find inspiration from the Lower Hudson Valley…. LoHud.
Shakira fell in Love with Rockland County and the Wonderful Community of Nyack years ago, elated by its proximitiy to numerous parks, outdoor activities, incredible sunrises and sunsets, and many bodies of water. These inspire, enable, and allow her to exemplify her mission through oil paint renditions, to capture the glorious “Indelible Moments in Time” Mother Nature offers us.
Intertwining her love of getting her hands dirty with her art, she uses reclaimed wood, upon request, to assemble the perfect frame for each of her Works of Art.
Shakira is involved in many art advocacy groups, volunteers widely, and donates part proceeds to www.projectaware.org, a Marine Conservation Community.
For More Works/ Inquiries/Commissions/Personalized Renditions…….. Please visit www.shakirachinart.comhttps://instagram.com/shakirachinart