Meeting Room Gallery
May Featured Artist: Kim Napier An oil painting exhibit titled Williamson County: Places and Faces created by Kim Napier can be seen in the gallery hall during July. The artist said “I am the mother of 12 perfect children and began to study art about 10 years ago. I am seeing that painting is a privilege but not a right. When folks are sick, tired or poor, a pot of soup trumps anything I can put on canvas.”
Local artists in all media are invited to exhibit their work in the Meeting Room Gallery. These exhibits change monthly. For information about exhibiting works, artists should call (615)595-1250.
Grid Row Exhibit
Artwork by: Anna O'Connor See photography by Anna O'Connor during May and June. She said "From the time I can remember I have always loved cameras and to take pictures. My love for photography has grown over the years. I have now found a subject matter that has kept my interest for many years, and that subject is macro flower photography. I never tire and am constantly amazed by the wondrous perfection that lies inside the unfolding of a single flower.
I have worked at Vanderbilt University for 15 years as a Graphic Artist. I am also a Freelance Graphic Artist, Fine Artist, Sign Painter and Photographer. My work can be seen in and around Nashville. I have exhibited and participated in shows through out Tennessee." This exhibit is sponsored by the Arts Council of Williamson County.
View her work in the New Book Rotunda on the first floor of the Main Library.
Writers' Critique Group
The Writers' Critique Group is held at the Main Library on the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10:30 am until noon to provide adult authors with serious, courteous critique of their work. The Critique Group will meet on Saturday, June 6th & 20th at 10:30 am. These meetings are not held in the Meeting Room. Ask at the Circulation Desk for location.