Please join us on this date when we recognize and celebrate the artwork of three generations of women artists:
Light refreshments will be served at this time
and the public will have an opportunity to meet these exceptional artists and to view their simply amazing artwork. This exhibit will be housed in the Second Floor Art Gallery of the main library
from Friday, November 15 to Tuesday, December 31 during the library's normal hours of operation. This is a free exhibit as is today's reception.
It was Alice Banet-Ramsby's lifelong dream to be an artist and in 1998 at the seasoned age of 58, she began painting. Now, her work is exhibited at different venues across the United States as well as in private collections in Europe and the United States.
Her artistically gifted daughter, Kevin Rose Schultz, now retired from NAHS where she taught art for over 17 years, is busier than ever with her own artwork.
Last, but definitely not least, her granddaughter and Kevin's daughter, Amber D. Schultz, is an exceptional artist in her own right. This collective exhibit showcasing the artwork of three generations will include oil and acrylic painting as well as photography.