The Town Hall Library features permanent displays of art with emphasis on local talent, including artists Jean Stamsta (fiber art), Paul Bobrowitz (metal sculptures), Rudy Zettinig (African animals) and Krauski Art Glass. Artwork is researched, selected and purchased with input from a volunteer Art Committee with donations from the community.
The goal of the exhibition space located in the Town Hall Library is to provide a showcase for local artists to display their works and to create a pleasing environment for patrons and staff.
Shows change bi-monthly. Artists are selected by the Art Selection Committee based on guidelines developed in 2009. The criteria by which exhibits are approved include:
Displays intended to further a political agenda will not be permitted. The opportunity to exhibit work at the Town Hall Library is open to any artist living in Wisconsin. Preference is given first to Waukesha County residents and, in particular, those who live in the Town of Merton. Artists interested in having their work displayed should visit the Library to determine if their work is a good match for the space available.
For more information, contact the Town Hall Library Director.