St. Charles Artist Featured in Batavia Public Library Exhibit – Shaw Local

Drawn to hidden meanings and unconscious motivations, St. Charles artist and writer Carly Palmer explores and expresses her curiosity in an exhibit currently on display at the Batavia Public Library.

Guests can view nearly a dozen pieces from Palmer’s exhibit in the library’s art gallery space through August 31. This is Palmer’s first exhibition at the library gallery.

According to a press release from the library, the abstract and collage artist works primarily in the artistic media of paper collage, assemblage, and expressive abstracts.

The pieces in this exhibit are hand-cut paper collages from various vintage and modern magazines. The artist said in the release that half are from a flower-inspired series called “Not Your Garden Variety,” while the remaining works are from her “Sew Little Time” series which features fashionable women from all over the world. a catalog of vintage couture.

The Art Wall gallery is located on the upper level of the library, beyond the holding shelves near the library of things.

The Batavia Public Library is located at 10 S. Batavia Ave.

The exhibition can be viewed during library opening hours. For a list of times, please visit Free entry.

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