SOUTHBRIDGE — Paintings, pottery, textiles, and more.

Jacob Edwards Library hosted its 14th annual Woman’s Art & Craft Show’s opening reception on Thursday evening. The event highlights the talents of local women with their work and creations in display in the library.

While the opening reception has now passed, the general public is invited to stop at the library and view art in a variety of mediums, from oil to watercolors to hand-knit works, and everything in between. Selected works will be for sale, as noted throughout the exhibit.

The show will be on display throughout the month of March.

All photos below by The Citizen Chronicle photographer Helen Boyle.
Tracy Crane’s depiction of planet Earth made of little punched out dots.

 

A watercolor work of a marsh.

 

Michele Fontaine’s “Japanese Bamboo” was created with a mix of pen, ink, and watercolor.

 

A watercolor of an angel by Julie Caprera.

 

Photography by our very own Helen Boyle.

 

Jackie Hemeon, whose quilt was on display as part of the show, speaks with Friends of the Jacob Edwards Library volunteers Barbara and Larry Day. Mrs. Day had created an afghan that was on display.

 

Afghan knit by Barbara Day.

 

Quilt by Jackie Hemeon.

 

Photograph of a burgundy flower by Samantha Denault.
Marcia Beal’s fiber needle felted creation “Summer’s Day” is certainly eye-catching.

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