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"Black and White and in Living Color" Exhibit
The exhibit, by Jacqueline Collier, is on display in the program room. Collier focuses on watercolor as her painting medium.
"As a lover of nature, I enjoy painting still life and landscape subjects.I feel that I can best express myself through the use of watercolor and I especiallydelight in seeing the translucent result when water and paint merge on paper. Thechallenge of controlling these elements gives me a feeling of exhilaration. I take greatpleasure in sharing my work with others and hope that they will take away the same enjoyment that I had in creating them," Collier said in a news release.
More About Township of Washington Public Library
The Township of Washington Public Library offers patrons a space to quietly sit, work, read and use computers. The library has free Wi-Fi and desktop computers available for use. With a vast collection of books, CDs, DVDs and audiobooks, there is something for everyone at the library. It also offers programs for children and young adults and shows movies Thursday afternoons. Every month, a different art exhibit is featured in the back room for viewing at any time. There are book clubs and story times, computer classes, tutoring in English and a free blood pressure clinic the first Tuesday of each month.