Last Chance to see Anne Brooke’s exhibit!

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Events, Library Exhibits | 4 comments

Woodlands I, watercolor painting by Anne Brooke

“Woodlands I,” watercolor painting by Anne Brooke

Our founder Anne Brooke has had a lovely exhibit of her watercolor paintings on display in the Naverson Room of the Jacksonville Public Library since the beginning of February. These shows rotate quarterly, and this one concludes at the end of April. Please be sure to allow some extra time when you’re at the library to enjoy her work before the exhibit ends. We will be announcing the next Naverson Room art exhibit in the May issue of the Jacksonville Review.

4 Comments

  1. Anne, this looks beautiful!

  2. Thank you Anne! Always a thoughtful joy!

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