NTL.FrontJacketNorfolk Through a Lens: Visions of a Quintessential New England Town

Dates: 10/2/16 – 11/2/16

Opening reception: Sunday, October 2, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

With its scenic landscape, historic buildings, and intriguing hideaways, Norfolk has captured the imaginations of many fine arts photographers over the years. Ten accomplished photographers based in Norfolk will exhibit their work: Jennifer Almquist, Peter Coffeen, Mahlon Craft, Bruce Frisch, Katherine Griswold, Anita Holmes, Jim Jasper, Christopher Little, Babs Perkins, and Rick Schatzberg. A beautifully-bound, coffee-table book will be for sale, showcasing more than 100 full-color photographs evoking each photographer’s special vision of Norfolk.





rich,9x12,algerNicole Alger: Still Lifes and Landscapes

Dates: 11/6/16 – 12/1/16

Opening reception: Sunday, November 6, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

Nicole Alger is a trained classical realist painter based in New York. Her work focuses on traditional subject matter as well as imaginative high chroma work. Recently, while exploring her ancestry, she learned that she is a direct descendant of the Eldridge/Battell family of Norfolk. This is a rare opportunity to welcome both a talented painter and the great-great-grand niece of Norfolk Library founder Isabella Eldridge to Norfolk.