1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025
847-729-7500 Monday-Friday 9 AM-9 PM
Saturday 9 AM-5 PM Sunday 1 PM-5 PM
Monday-Friday: 9 AM-PM
Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM
Sunday: 1 PM-5 PM
Friday, September 16–Wednesday, November 16
Artist: Multiple Artists • Co-sponsored by the Glenview Art League & Natural Resources Commission of Glenview
Glenview has a variety of natural resources to discover. We are fortunate to have rivers, woods, wetlands, and prairies to explore. Nature is as close as your own back door. Experience our hometown beauty through the eyes of local artists.
Tuesday, September 20–Tuesday, November 15
Artist: Multiple Artists • North Shore Senior Center
The community art theme continues with a display by sculptors from ages 60 to 90, proving that creativity flourishes at any age. Working in a studio environment full of camaraderie and friendship, we invite you to enjoy the lively quality of their art.
November 17–January 10
Artist: Staff of the Glenview Library
The Glenview Library has a talented group of needlework artists among its staff. Quilting and stitching have evolved into an expressive art form, connecting the heart and soul of those who create the works with those who use them. Cherished pieces are often passed down from generation to generation. In the spirit of the holiday season, these creative staff artisans are honored to share their work with their community through this quilt and needlework exhibition.
January 11–March 15
Artist: Kathleen Eaton
Gallery Talk: Sunday, February 12, 1:15 PM • Library Lobby
Kathleen Eaton is a Chicago area artist whose work is an interpretation of city and suburban life. Her art reflects a fascination with architectural spaces and the unexpected solitude or human activities that occur in them. The paintings begin with an idea of a place, real or imaginary, and then proceed, by a series of sketches, to full-sized drawings, from which the final oil paintings emerge.
Over the years, the Friends of the Glenview Library have not only contributed more than a million dollars to the Library, they also have given artwork for designated Library locations and have donated from their own collections. When you enter the Library from the underground garage, take notice of Field Scene. This colorful, evocative painting by David W. Voros was commissioned in 1986 to hang behind the Circulation Desk in the old Library. Treasures from the past have been recently installed in the Community Room. The Navajo rug and two Native American portraits were gifts from the Louann Van Zelst family. Age dimmed their beauty, but they now have been restored by the Friends (see page 11 for photos). These three pieces help us remember our country’s first settlers and the beauty and craftsmanship of Native American handiwork for everyday use. The next time you attend a Library program, make sure to view these stunning works.
If you are an artist interested in exhibiting at the Glenview Public Library, please submit a proposal including:
• General description of work
• Artist statement
• Size of work/frames
• All artwork must be professionally framed and fit the standards of the exhibit hanging system
References/other shows in which the artist has exhibited
• Mail or email photos representative of the artist’s proposed exhibit portfolio, or provide a link to a website with an online portfolio for proposal consideration
• Contact information, including phone number, address, and email address
A limited number of exhibits are displayed each year. Many more requests are submitted than can be accommodated. Artists should not expect that proposals to exhibit will be accepted.
Direct your proposal by mail or email to:
Glenview Public Library
1930 Glenview Road
Glenview, IL 60025