The Howland Public Library will display an exhibit by the painter Allison Wiand, Suspension //Suspense, in the Community Room through Oct. 3.
“Bear,” by Allison Wiand
Suspension//Suspense features a series of portraits of wildlife created with a process that involves painting in oils over an acrylic underpainting. Wiand’s work has been exhibited throughout the Hudson River Valley. Her latest project is Hudson Valley Drip & Sip, which organizes painting parties.
The Howland Library is located at 313 Main St. in Beacon, and the exhibit is open daily during regular hours, although it may be inaccessible during some programs (see the library calendar at beaconlibrary.org).
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