In keeping with the Norman Williams Library’s goal to be the hub of the community, a handful of artists conceived of a community gallery where the public could exhibit their artwork without the constraints and pressures of a for-profit gallery. They repurposed the library Mezzanine space and made it into a lovely gallery.
Now the Art Committee continues to spend untold hours contacting artists, scheduling shows, helping to hang exhibits, being part of the artist receptions, and generally spreading the word to help local artists gain exposure for their work.
The library is grateful for all the work they do, and enjoy sharing in the fruits of their labor by having a rotating gallery or artwork up in the Mezzanine. Stop by sometime and take a look.