Presenting: Joseph Nolan
November Painting Exhibit
Exhibit by Joseph Nolan November 2022 Prospect Library
The Prospect Public Library will feature an exhibit of paintings by Joseph Nolan during the month of November 2022. The exhibit will be on display in the Irene Boardman Meeting Room starting on the afternoon of October 28th and throughout the month of November. Please go to our home page for the slide show!
The Prospect Public Library is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10 to 5, Tuesday and Thursday 10 to 7, and Saturdays 10 to 3 during the academic year. Please call us at 203.758.3001 or visit our website, www.prospectlibrary.com, with any inquiries.
Pope Francis has stated that an artist is an apostle of beauty. That statement has become my mantra as a non-traditional college art student. If there is a way to bring beauty or to enhance beauty in this world, then I want to be part of that endeavor.
Between semesters, I have enriched my art training with instruction from Five Points in Torrington and Arts Escape in Southbury. Urban sketching using watercolors has become a way to practice my skills in a fun way. My latest school work includes portrait painting using oil paints. With two adult children, I have models to work with.
Joseph Nolan is an art student from Waterbury, CT. Although he is a senior citizen, his art experience only goes back a few years. He has studied at Naugatuck Valley Community College, Housatonic Community College and Western Connecticut State University.
Eclectic would be a way to describe the work of Joseph Nolan. In order to sharpen his art skills, Nolan has copied the works of master artists from different eras and different genre. A recent focus has been on portrait painting.
Joseph Nolan would like to continue drawing and painting well into the future.
Interested in Exhibiting Art at the Library?
Welcome! Thank you for your interest in exhibiting your art work at the Prospect Public Library.
Please consider coming to the library to see the exhibit space.
The exhibit space is in the Irene E. Boardman Community Room.
Please make arrangements no later than one month before your art exhibit is to start as to what day and time you will be bringing your art in and what day you will be taking down your exhibit.
We are happy to offer our space if you would like to host an Artist Reception.
The community room is a multi purpose room and serves many uses for the community. The community room is open during Library hours for patrons to come and view your artwork during times that the room is not in specific use.
Please stop by, call or email the library if you would like to exhibit art at the Prospect Public Library. We'd love to host you.
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