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PWPL International Art Exhibition Closes Friday 4/25

Barbara Silbert & "The Three Babushkas"
Barbara Silbert & "The Three Babushkas"
The PWPL's International Art Exhibition features works from 30 artists who have portrayed scenes and subjects from around the world. On view in the Community Gallery through this Friday, April 25, the exhibition is a beautiful showcase of paintings, prints and photographs that complement the World Festival 2014.

Library Director Nancy Curtin said, "We are so fortunate that so many talented people have become involved in the library and generously shared their art with the community."

The library extends sincere thanks to the gifted artists listed below and the exhibition curator Paola Greci for creating this spectacular show.

Port Washington Public Library - World Festival 2014: International Art Exhibition
March 5 – April 25, 2014

Paola Greci, Curator

Dafna Adler, Israeli-American: Street Scene After the Rain, Innsbruck, Austria

Nicole Albanese, Italian-American: Venezia

Alyssa Aronow, USA: The Súgán

Shelley Berkeley, USA: Atlantis (Bahamas)

Phyllis Buchner, USA: Flowers in Cappodocia

Caryn Coville, USA: Assos, Greece

Kathy D’Amato-Smith, USA: Wash Day in India

Konstantina Daskalaki, Greece: La Panoramica di Firenze & Santa Croce

Marisa DeMarco, USA: Villa Borghese - Roma

Diana De Santis, USA: Bus Drivers’ Bocci Game at Dusk, Florence, Italy

Arlene H. Dorfman, USA: Lady of Spain

Bruce Laird, USA: Girl on Estate, France

Sophie Lampl, USA: Bateaux Mouche, Paris

Mina Lee, Korea: Old Hangul (Korean Alphabet)

Hannelore Livadas, Germany: Damülas, Austria

Nora Ramirez, Chile: Ascensor Serrano

Doris E. Roberts, Swedish-American: Siena

Jane Scal, USA: The Alhambra, Granada, Spain

Jose L. Seligson, Mexico & USA: Piedra Del Sol (Mi Diario)

Kenneth Seligson, Mexico & USA: Roma Moderna

Barbara Silbert, USA: The Three Babushkas

Talia Silverstein, USA: Photos from Kenya

Prithviraj Talukdar, Philippines: Chocolate Hills, Bohol, Philippines

Francisco Villagran, Mexico & USA: The Bus

Tani Waheed, USA: Ayhan, The American Dream

Anabel Walzer, Mexico: Happy Flowers

Juliet Walzer, Mexican-American: Denscansa en Paz

Elizabeth K. West, Great Britain: Lion Dance

Will Wright, USA: Blue Door – Taos

The World Festival is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Library (FOL).

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