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Wednesday, June 7, 2023  |  9 am – 9 pm

Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 9 pm
Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday: 1 – 5 pm

Gallery Wall

Bi-monthly, the library features a different artist or group of artists on the Gallery Wall and in the display case on the 2nd floor. Please contact the Adult Programming Librarian with questions about the Gallery Wall. Artists interested in displaying their art can submit an Art Display Proposal form.

Warhol-inspired art by Lawrence Golla
Warhol-inspired art by Lawrence Golla
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In the Case

POP ART DISPLAY and warhol workshop art

Nicole McNamara
“I aspire daily to have the mindset of authenticity, bravery, and creativity in all of my decisions and strive to achieve this on canvas as well. As a primarily abstract oil painter, my guiding philosophy is to bypass the brain and allow a more intuitive voice and source to guide my hand. These portraits of my daughters show them in the light I see them in-bright, beautiful and bold.”

Irene O’Neill
“When I was in elementary school, my mom gave me a Jon Gnagy Learn to Draw book. She framed one of my drawings and hung it up for many years. Then in high school, I was supposed to draw a caricature of one of the teachers, but instead I did a perfect likeness. I still feel like a copyist though, rather than a real artist, but I am the Artistic Director of The Awakenings Project .”

Jamie Rey
Full-time high school art teacher and practicing artist who loves experimenting and trying new mediums.

On the Wall

Pop Art Display

Beginning in March 2023, community artists were invited to showcase Warhol-inspired art at the library.

Mary Ann Asan
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Mixed Media Artist working in watercolor, print, acrylic and pastels. Member of the Dupage Art League, award-winning artist.

Tom Beck
Former college football coach, and NFL scout. Enjoys painting in retirement.

Margaret Bucholz
Teaches colored pencil and acrylics at DuPage Art League and Addison Park District.

Lawrence Golla
Retired engineer dabbling in photography and paint.

Rachel Weaver Rivera
Mental health therapist and artist whose active studio practice brings balance, joy, and renewal. Work inspired by the intersection of observation and improvisation. Loves playing with pattern, shape, line, and color. Subjects include still life, animals, architecture, human relationships with self and others.

Megan Supert
Member of Library Services staff at Glen Ellyn Public Library with background in Art Education who mentored and taught art to k-12 students for nearly 15 years. No longer teaching art in the classroom, but still loves making and sharing love of art with others. Contribution inspired by love of cats and color – features favorite kitty, Suzie.

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