Displays & Exhibits

Art exhibits may be viewed in the Community Room during regular library hours unless a meeting is in progress. Displays are in locked cases in our vestibule.

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 - 5:00 PM

Paintings by Nancy Pierson-Last day!

On view: January 5-30, 2020
A resident of Bernardsville, Ms. Pierson’s lifelong love of painting and appreciation of art began with a childhood interest in drawing. It grew to include a fascination with color, design and texture. The paintings will show her progression, over the years, from early portraits, still-lifes and landscapes to more recent dives into abstraction using cold wax and oil as a new medium.

10:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Photographs by the Bernardsville Middle School Photography Club

Photographs by Students in the Bernardsville Middle School Photography Club
On view: February 1 – March 1, 2020
Over the last few months, students from the Bernardsville Middle School Photography Club have been exploring the world of photography by learning new techniques and capturing breathtaking images. Students in the club practice setting up the perfect shot, finding unique angles, and utilizing basic lighting techniques. This club offers an opportunity for students of all skill levels, in grades 5-8, to experience a captivating art form.

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

David Piatkowski Presents New Jersey

Inn of Cape May

On view: April 2-April 29, 2020
David Piatkowski is a lifelong resident of New Jersey. He enjoyed a 20-year career in advertising as an art director and creative supervisor which provided a natural transition to his present art. Mr. Piatkowski offers his interpretation of New Jersey’s towns, structures, and the unique persona from which they all came. Its rich history and varied regions give the state a distinctive patina that he endeavors to weave into all of his work.