Art Exhibits & Display Case


Words on Walls: A Retrospective
Lady Pink
November 4 – December 31

A retrospective of Lady Pink’s 40 year career as a legendary street artist in sorted imagery including reproductions of illustrations, paintings. newspapers, magazines and murals.

Lady Pink is a pioneer in the early 1980's NYC based subway graffiti art movement. She has established herself in the fine arts and her paintings have entered important art collections in major museums around the world. Going strong for 39 years, today she continues painting canvases, murals, inspiring and teaching younger generations.


The primary purpose of the Gardiner Library Policy on Art Exhibits is to enrich the library experience of the Gardiner Library Patrons, particularly:

To enhance and increase community appreciation of the arts,

To present a variety of exhibitions by artists in the visual arts as well as exhibitions of educational and/or historical significance, and

To help local artists increase their public exposure.

Art Exhibit Policy and Application


 

It is the policy of the Library, as part of its mission to enrich the quality of life, to provide space for exhibits and displays from the Library's collection and through those of other local community agencies or individuals.

Display Case Policy and Application