The Friends of the Sherborn Library support culture in the community with exhibits of local art, photography and visual media. Exhibits are managed by the Friends of the Sherborn Library.
While the Library is under construction and we are in our temporary location at the Sherborn Community Center, we are not able to offer exhibit space. We look forward to celebrating our newly renovated space with an Opening Exhibit featuring local Sherborn artists. Until then, please enjoy this sampling of past exhibits by local artists.
March, 2016 Exhibit
This month’s exhibitor at the Sherborn Library, Kristiina Almy, is a graphic designer and artist, and a resident of Sherborn. Kristiina studied fine arts at Skidmore College and graduated with a B.S. in Studio Art. Upon graduating from College, she spent the following 12 years working full time as a graphic designer in Boston before moving to Sherborn.
Kristiina enjoys all the open space and wooded trails that Sherborn offers and has found inspiration for her landscape paintings here, as well as from other New England locations. To see more of Kristiina’s work, visit her website at: kristiinaalmy.com.
January, 2016: Pine Hill School Student Art
This month Pine Hill Elementary students will be displaying some of their artwork at the Sherborn Library. Thanks to Art Specialist Sarah Richards at Pine Hill, the Library will host small watercolor paintings by 5th Grade students on the walls, as well as small clay house facades created by 3rd Grade students in the Library display case. Congratulations to our budding artists!
Samples of student art below are as follows:
Clay House by Audrey Capone, Grade 3
Landscape by Zoe Sun, Grade 5
Imaginary Creature by Skylar Clews, Grade 5