Program Type:Art Exhibit
This July, we are pleased to host an exhibit of mixed media collage works by Alex Wetmore.
View “Collagescapes” on display on the 1st & 2nd Floors from Tues. 7/5 through Fri. 7/29.
The public is also invited to join the artist for a reception at the library on Wed. 7/6 @ 5:30 PM - No registration.
Mixed media collages: landscapes, still life, and people.
About the exhibit:
"These 'collagescapes' are created using a montage of ripped-up magazines as my color palette. Early on in my advertising career, I used magazine scrap art to create "comps" which would demonstrate a concept to a client. Fast forward to the mid-2000's, where I use a similar technique to create impressionistic works to satisfy my creative soul."—Alex Wetmore
About the artist:
Alex Wetmore is a resident of Madison, CT and has lived here for over 14 years. She's a freelance creative director and designer for large to mid-sized companies in CT, MA, NYC and RI, as well as, for some leading non-profits. Her strengths include developing programs and launching brands that create social impact. Alex is Chair of the Salt Meadow Park Advisory Committee in Madison, CT., which has been instrumental in bringing free live music and art events to the park. in her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her twin daughters, her new rescue pup "Lil", and exploring all the natural beauty the Shoreline has to offer. To read more about Alex, please visit: https://www.alexwetmore.com
1992 BA, Studio Art and Art History, Denison University, Granville, OH
2016 The Artist WithIN, Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CT, June 2016
2017 Shoreline Arts Trail Exhibit, Bird’s Nest Gallery, Guilford, CT, November 2017
2017 Nasty Woman’s Art Show, The Institute Library, New Haven, CT, March 2017
2018 Shoreline Arts Trail Exhibit, Home Studio, November 2018
2021 Madison Art Society, ‘Tis the Season: Small Works Holiday Exhibit, Dec 2021
2022 Art in the Park, Salt Meadow Park, Madison, CT, May 2022
2019 Bosworth Farm Art Gallery, West Hartland, CT, May 2019