Current Library Exhibits
Beauty in Every Day by Lori Mehta
“Our world is complex. We are inundated with information, social media, technology, and overpowering visuals. Quiet moments and ordinary objects often go unnoticed. My hope is that my work will help the viewer reconsider the beauty of unsung moments, those which we often see out of the corner of our eye.”
Subconcious Mind by Patricia PeñaCalle
PeñaCalle is an international visual artist focused on creating paintings that reflect the often-overlooked beauty of the subconscious mind. Her mixed media paintings are created on canvas. She often indulges in high contrast sets of colors, and uses a variety of mediums and materials including acrylic paints, texture paste, resin, glitter and more.
Celebrating 75 Years: an exhibit in honor of Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club
The Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club is celebrating 75 years of service with an exhibit during the month of February at the Wellesley Free Library that will explore the history of the club. All are welcome to a community reception on Wednesday, February 6th from 6:30 pm -8:30 pm in the main library’s Wakelin Room.