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Exhibits & Displays
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Enjoy monthly art exhibits
in the Coletti Reading Room on the first floor of the Main Library, plus permanent and periodic displays of documents, photographs, artifacts, and ephemera in the display cases at the Main Library.
Currently On Exhibit:
Alexandra Jordankova presents her artwork from October 1 to 31.
Hailing from Boston, MA, Alexandra Jordankova is a visual artist and graphic designer with a particular fondness for abstract landscapes and immersive textures. Her work is eclectic and diverse, yet her will to experiment with different materials and creative process acts as a common thread-line, as the instinct and emotional eloquence of her artworks is often the forefront.
Born in former Czechoslovakia, Alexandra has always been fascinated by art, a passion that led her from early watercolors and tempera paintings to formal education and training in fine arts. In spite of a momentary lapse (Alexandra was focusing on getting her PhD in psychology), art took back the main spot in her life. Alexandra is now a SMFA certified Graphic Designer, professional artists and media creator, with a particular focus on abstractionism and photography. Find out more and browse through an extensive and wildly diverse portfolio of works: http://www.fineartbyalexandra.com
A reception with the artist will be held in the Coletti Reading Room on Saturday, October 4 from 2-4 p.m.
(Located on the top floor of the Main Library)
F. Wesley Fuller Geological Specimens Collection
Fuller, a Quincy native and granite man, accumulated this collection over a period of many years. It was presented to the library in 1954.
Claflin Mineral Collection
Charles A. Claflin traveled thousands of miles collecting his minerals and spent 25 years in the process. In his collection, he had in mind primarily beauty- beauty of color and beauty of crystallization.