The Art League of Nassau County will present “A Winter Art Show” in the Library’s gallery and showcases from December 1 to January 2. This high-quality, mixed-media show will feature oil paintings, pastels, watercolors, sculpture, and much more by talented artists.
The Art League of Nassau County, founded in 1925, is the oldest art league on Long Island. Present membership is approximately 150. The League’s objectives include: bringing into helpful cooperation those who are interested in all the visual arts, stimulating public interest by various programs, encouraging art education, and awakening civic consciousness to the value of beauty in the community.
Through these objectives, the Art League of Nassau County has achieved a reputation of esteem and prestige throughout Long Island and the Metropolitan area. Many nationally prominent artists are among its members. At monthly meetings, the League continues to offer informative and inspiring demonstrations by notable guest artists.