Artwork by John R. Sell, a resident of Gray, are on exhibit at the Windham Public Library, 217 Windham Center Road now through October 31st. The abstract pieces on display are mixed media, with found objects incorporated into them. The vibrant colors accentuate the shapes and designs, giving the viewers plenty to take in. John is a Fellow Artist of ASAA and a member of many artist organizations and his work is displayed at various museums. Stop by the library for a look at these colorful pieces. Visit us online at www.windham.lib.me.us/exhibits for more information, or call the library for hours or for directions at 892-1908.
An assortment of dolls from the collection of Lydia March will be on display through October 31st at The Windham Public Library, 217 Windham Center Road. Nearly two dozen dolls are shown, representing the history of the United States and various cultures from around the world. Lydia began collecting them when she was 6 years old, after a great-aunt sent her some of the dolls. Lydia thought "they were the coolest thing ever." The dolls on exhibit display a variety of colors, styles and materials. Stop by the library for a look at this interesting collection. Visit us online at www.windham.lib.me.us/exhibits for more information, or call the library for hours or for directions at 892-1908.