Art Exhibits and Displays
The Godino Wing on the Adult Services level holds exhibits and displays of local groups, individuals, and special featured events. Visit the Library today! For more information, contact the library at 603-772-3101.
Interested in displaying your work? Fill out the online Artist Interest Form here. The program coordinator will contact you soon, or call the library.
Here are the forms and guidelines to print out for your reference:
May Exhibit - Kate Osgood
Kate Osgood is a lifelong lover of nature and documents its beauty and changes through her photography. Born and raised in the Exeter area, she spent most of her adult years out west in New Mexico and California, working in the landscape industry and exploring the incredible diversity of the country. She has a BA in botany from UNH and a professional certificate of landscape architecture from UCLA, and is a licensed landscape architect in both CA and NH. Currently residing in Exeter, she works for a landscape architecture firm in Los Angeles.
“Returning to live in Exeter has enabled me to discover the beauty of the two rivers, something I never did as a child. Sitting at my desk working on landscape architecture projects in Los Angeles while having the falls outside my window has been such an interesting experience! I have become mesmerized by the diversity and beauty of the rivers and welcome my daily walk and whatever treasures I come across, whether it is light on the waves or a great blue heron. Seeing all of this through the eye of my camera lens reveals a whole new world of color, depth, and texture.”
The exhibit titled ‘The Library’s River’ highlights some of these magical moments along the Exeter and the Squamscott rivers. Designed to provide viewers with an inside peek at the depth and gift that nature offers to all of us, all images are taken between the High Street Bridge to just past the Powder House Pond, with the Library sitting central.
To experience more of her photography, please see her Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/kateosgooddesigns/
To purchase one of her photography works, visit www.kateosgooddesigns.com or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate's work can also be viewed at the NH Audubon in Concord, NH until July 5