Exhibits and Displays

In the Gallery
Acrylic Paintings Inspired by Nature and Still Life
Charanya Kalamegam

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From the Artist: 

Art has been my passion for as long as I can remember. My father and my art teacher have been a great inspiration for me. Over the years I have explored different mediums and different styles, but I love to use acrylic paints on canvas. Most of my inspirations are from nature and still life. My art interest helped me to finish my graduation in Architecture and explore different forms of graphic design. Now I have my own Art Studio, currently working on children's book illustrations.

To me, art is very emotional, and every time I paint, I feel a sense of serenity fills me through, which I believe my paintings reflect it too. 

Along with my paintings, I am also excited to introduce Hany and Nuts through my first illustrated children's book.

In the Glass Cases
The Mama Bear Effect


April is Child Abuse Prevention month.  The Mama Bear Effect has educational materials, books and pinwheels on display to raise awareness.  For more information visit https://themamabeareffect.org


The Trustees of the Burlington Public Library welcome artists to exhibit work in the Library at 22 Sears Street. A spacious, well-lit area on the first floor has been designated "The Gallery" and amateur and professional artists of all ages are invited to participate in solo and group juried shows. Each artist is generally assigned a month to exhibit work.

The Library also has glass-fronted locking display cases in the entry and exit lobbies at the front of the building. They are ideal for displaying three-dimensional objects, but can also be used to display posters, photographs, or papers that are mounted on a firm backing.

If you would like to exhibit your work in either The Gallery or the Glass Cases, click here for an application form or pick one up at the Library. Click here for display space procedures and specifications, and here for a picture of the rear wall gallery with dimensions.

Click here for a list of past exhibits