BARNEGAT – See the beauty of frigid days and frosty nights, throughout January and February, at the Ocean County Library Barnegat Branch. More than a dozen Pine Shores Art Association notables are transforming it into a “Winter Wonderland.”
On display will be the works of 11 brush-and-canvas artists, four clay sculptors and a poet, all presenting their perspectives of winter and nature.
The works will include paintings and clay crafts by Mary Walker-Baptiste and Linda Saladino; paintings by Nancy Glines, Lonny Hall, Paul Hartelius, Margaret Hartwell, Suzi Hoffman, Kimberly Measure, Shelly C Ristow, Barbara Whelan and Nadine Yura; clay creations by Alexandra Smith and Mary Kate Fogel; and verse by Louis Baptiste.
Participating artists will discuss the exhibit, and their creative processes, in a video to be featured on OCL’s YouTube channel, Spotify, and at www.theoceancountylibrary.org.
The exhibit is free and open to the public. Visit the branch, 112 Burr Street, call 609-698-3331, or visit www.theoceancountylibrary.org/events.
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