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Nature of Things exhibit showcases gifts

Other Cazenovia artists included in the show are: Rita Hammond; Carol Jenney; Marion Partridge; and Harris B. Shepherd, former curator of the Library's museum. Amy Finley Scott, of New York City, is represented by her painting, Massachusetts Garden, given to the library in memory of Posey Talbot by her children, Thomas L. Talbot, III and Sally T. Libby.

"This show invites lingering," said Kennedy. "We invite all ages to visit the gallery and enjoy fabulous art spanning more than 175 years of Cazenovia history."

The library displays its art collection throughout the building-photographic slide shows by Russ Grills in the museum; regional landscape paintings and photographs in the reading rooms; Tammy Goldacker's room-sized mural in the Story Garden; and Cazenovia Now and Then, a photo exhibition assembled by Roger deMuth, in the community room. "You may need more than one visit," concluded Kennedy, with a smile.

For more information on the library's collection, to donate work, or to create a memorial gift, contact Library Director Betsy Kennedy at 655-9322.

The Gallery at Cazenovia Public Library is open during regular library hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and closed Sunday. Call 655-9322 or visit cazenoviapubliclibrary.org for more information. The Cazenovia Public Library is located at 100 Albany St.; handicapped parking is available.

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