Display Cases - Sculptures by Courtney Lee Weida
Courtney Lee Weida is an Assistant Professor of Art Education at Adelphi University. She is an artist and arts researcher. Her recent publications address ceramic art, studio craft, technology, and gender issues in art education. Courtney is a practicing artist within various media whose unique background in English literature and archaeology museum work has informed her art practice. She has exhibited sculptures and ceramics in numerous shows throughout the United States and online.
In this exhibit Courtney explores the relationship between art teaching histories and contemporary community arts projects. She traces the connections between her recent works of art and craft with art research projects.
Lower Concourse Gallery - Venice Views by Pam Koehler and Carolina Perrone
The works in this exhibit reflect two artists’ individual impressions of Venice, a city with its own unique elements of light, texture and sound.
Photographer Carolina Flaminia Perrone was born and raised in Italy in a busy Roman household, surrounded by music, art, journalism, and fashion. Carolina holds a Master’s degree in music composition, and writes about art and fashion for several online publications.
Pamela Koehler is an artist whose work both explores both the natural and man-made environment. She is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Art and Art history at Adelphi University.
Helen Kraus Community Room Gallery - Portraits by Ralph Keefe
Ralph Keefe, a native of New Hampshire, settled on Long Island after service in the Air Force during World War II. He graduated from the New York Phoenix School of Design and, after several years working in a commercial art studio, he opened his own commercial studio which he maintained for 30 years. During those years he frequently did art work for advertising agencies and designed album covers and liners for record companies.Since his retirement, Ralph and has enjoyed painting for pleasure, especially portrait painting. He and his wife Joan are members of several local art clubs.
Upper Concourse Gallery: Archival Photos of the Clinton Avenue Library
Do you know the previous locations of The Rockville Centre Public Library? Be sure to take a look at this collection of photographs from the Clinton Avenue Library years.