Art at the Weston Public Library; Reception Tonight October 6 for Paul Angiolillo
Weston Public Library spotlights artists in the Community gallery on a monthly basis. In October, you can enjoy the artwork and sculpture of Paul Angiolillo, Weston resident and avid wood carver. Last seen at the Codman Estate Fine Art & Craft Fair, you can enjoy some of his best works here in Weston at the Library, as well as in the Hapgood-Wright woods in Concord.
According to the literature, Paul’s influences range widely, including both Western and Eastern artisan traditions, and ancient and contemporary artists. The Owl herself owns two Paul Angiolillo originals: a chunky yellow pencil and a branch figure that is either screaming or laughing, it depends on the day. For more information and images: http://www.paulangiolillo.com.
Tonight, October 6 from 6:30-8 pm, there is a public reception for the artist. Be aware that it is also Field School Back to School Night from 5:30-7:30 pm and traffic/parking may be complicated. The Weston Public Library is located at 87 School Street.
Image: “Happy Hiker,” a piece of found wood, other woods, 2022