The Library’s First Floor Reading Room will continue to feature photographs by Eileen (Ebee) Estrich of Revere through the month of April. Ebee’s works bring a touch of summer light and warmth to the Library in early spring.
“I have lived on Revere Beach for 35 years, and I am inspired daily by the natural
beauty along the shoreline. Photography has been a constant interest for me
since I first used a 35 mm at 18 years old, and I still delight in capturing the natural
beauty of light & color, on textures and shapes, especially along a beach.
This appreciation of nature’s gifts also applies to my other artistic works
in charcoal, pastels, pen & ink, acrylics, stationary, and ceramics.
My happiness grows when I can bring a smile to someone with a gift of beauty,
as with a piece of art.
My memberships include GALA (Galleries At Lynn Arts), The Greater Lynn Photographic Association, Lynn Shutter Society, Revere Community Arts Partnership, and Marblehead Arts Association. It was an honor to have been asked to exhibit large prints of historic Lynn in their esteemed Lynn Public Library, and Lynn City Hall, which have been there for a few years now.
Now it is an honor to share these beautiful images with Saugus Public Library.”
We are grateful the Galleries at Lynn Arts (GALA) for partnering with the SPL on this exhibition.
Published: February 1st, 2023
Author: Alan Thibeault
Tags:Arts@the SPL, eileen estrich, Galleries at Lynn Arts, photography, reading room,