Mother/daughter art displayed at library
Watercolor paintings by Mary Graves and photographs by her daughter Annie Graves are on exhibit in the Art Corner. Mary, now 87, has been designing houses for 58 years and started painting in her late 70s. Annie has been a freelance writer and photographer for more than 30 years. This is the Graves’ second exhibit at the library. Mary’s work is whimsical in nature, and Annie states her photography can be “surreal” as shown in her image of “Time Flies.”
A collection of copper music boxes is on display in the showcase courtesy of Karen Chiasson. Both exhibits are on display during library hours throughout March.