The Stoneham Public Library displays local art work, rotating collections on a monthly basis. To learn more about arranging a display, contact Maureen Saltzman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-438-1324.
Artist of the Month
January Art Exhibit
Watercolors by M.E. Drummey
STONEHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY JANUARY ART SHOW
Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!!
The Stoneham Public Library is delighted to welcome back artist M.E. Drummey for our January show. As the title of the exhibit demonstrates, it is a beautiful show featuring a wide variety of animal paintings.
M.E. Drummey paints with a passion for watercolor that began in 2000 when this artist attended a watercolor workshop offered by the Stoneham Senior Center. She has continued painting ever since.
From the beginning of her artistic endeavors, M.E. Drummey has enjoyed numerous opportunities to exhibit her beautiful paintings in a wide array of settings. A painting of this artist’s lilacs was featured in Boston’s Arnold Arboretum’s Lilac Sunday. A Christmas ornament of her design adorned the White House Christmas tree in the Blue Room. M.E. Drummey has painted Iron Rangers in Salisbury and Saugus for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation. She has also exhibited at the State House in Boston, Stoneham and Melrose Libraries, the Beebe Estate in Melrose and StonehamBank. Her artwork has been part of a rotating exhibit displayed at Stoneham’s Town Hall. The artist’s love of nature and affinity for animals brings her much peace. She finds the most enjoyment in painting these subjects.
M.E. Drummey is a member of the Porter Art Group and the Peabody Art Association.
A trip to the Stoneham Public Library should include a visit to our exhibit hallway to appreciate this artist’s fine work.