Displays & Exhibits

Art exhibits may be viewed in the Community Room. Displays are in locked cases in our vestibule. Coordinated with Kathleen Palmer, Volunteer.

The library seeks local artists who would like to exhibit their work. If you have something that you would like to loan for library display, or if you’re interested in exhibiting your artwork or collections, please call Madelyn English at 908-766-0118 or click here to email.

Upcoming Events

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Art by Jean Davidson: An Exploration of Art Media

Floral Cascade

Floral Cascade

On view: February 2-28, 2016
Jean Davidson is a self-taught artist and her entry into the world of art was later in life. She has studied with various artists and printmakers and is an avid reader of instructional art books. She works in watercolor, mixed media, acrylic, pastel, collage, photography and printmaking. Ms. Davidson likes to experiment, explore and try new things. The artist freely admits that conventional wisdom advises artists to develop a distinctive style and perfect it. She considers that too stifling an option for her as her art is generally a “voyage of discovery.”

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Life at Water's Edge: Photos by Linda Bock-Hinger

Home on the Amazon River, web

Home on the Amazon River

Opening Reception: Sunday, March 13, 2:00-4:00 pm
On view: March 2-30, 2016
Linda Bock-Hinger, loves to travel and record people and places around the world. Her photos chronicle her global travels from Australia to Zanzibar. Her work has been widely exhibited, and her international photographs have won many awards and prizes. “Water is essential for all living creatures,” she says, “The images of “Life at Water’s Edge” present the manner in which water is used for body and soul by different people around the world. Here are images ranging from daily necessities to symbolic icons, from simple chores to relaxing recreation, from the most basic survival to spiritual uses.”


2:00 PM

Animal Spirit:The Birds and Beasts of Beth Lowell


Mr. Rojas

Opening Reception: Sunday, April 3, 2:00-4:00 pm
On view: April 3-May 1, 2016
Beth Lowell, a resident of Morristown, is inspired by what lies just beyond the seemingly apparent—for instance, what the dog is really thinking, or the wide spectrum of colors you can see if you look closely in reflections and shadows. She strives to find and express exciting moments in the details through use of color in a way that transcends reality and captures the spirit of my subject.