The Fitzgerald Art Gallery, located in the hallway between the Circulation area and the Referance area was dedicated in recognition of services to the Warner Library by Gerald Fitzgerald. Mr. Fitzgerald was a trustee of the library from 1941-1969 and president of the trustees from 1953-1969.
Each month, a different artist's work is showcased in the gallery. These artworks can range from traditional paintings and renderings to modern photography and abstracts, each reflecting the artist's personal style and perspective of the world.
June Gallery Exhibit
Photos of Nature
by Annette Stiloski and Theresa Napolitano
Enjoy eye-popping colorful photographs and photographs on canvas depicting images of nature, flowers, and animals all through June.
There will be a reception for the artists on Saturday, June 8 at 2PM. Refreshments will be served, all are welcome to attend.
Coming in July:
Neighborhood House Senior Artists
Enjoy paintings of flowers, landscapes, real and imaginary in various media, such as acrylic, collage, and watercolor, completed by the seniors of Neighborhood House during the year and based on the creativity of the senior artists.
Coming in August:
"Images of the Low Country"
Photos on Canvas
By Larry Corio
South Carolina tumbles down from the Blue Ridge Mountains southeast through a rollingpiedmont across a rich coastal plain and washed toward the sea through massive river deltas, which form a web of magnificent tidal creeks and salt marshes--the essence of the Low Country. These low waters are protected from the Atlantic Ocean by a chain of numerous barrier islands that span 187 miles of coastline. Kiawah Island, 10 miles long and 4 miles wide, is one of those barrier islands. Kiawah Island is a nature preserve, quietly patrolled by pelicans, egrets, herons, and the American alligator.