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Howard Miller Exhibit
July 9-August 12
Artsist Reception: Saturday July 14
An eclectic view of life in movement through prints,
paintings, and drawings

Miller has over thirty years experience in commercial and private sector
painting, plastering, and wall restoration in 18th and 19th century homes and studied at Art Students League of New York City, the School of Visual Arts, New York City, and the New School for Social Research. Miller’s work has been displayed in many local exhibit spaces as well as La Manna La Galleria, NYU City and the Gelabert Studios, NY City, and has been accepted for Shows at the Roerich Musseum, NY City.

More information about Howard Miller and his work can be found at

Art Exhibits
The primary purpose of the Gardiner Library Policy on Art Exhibits is to enrich the library experience of the Gardiner Library Patrons, particularly:
  • To enhance and increase community appreciation of the arts,
  • To present a variety of exhibitions by artists in the visual arts as well as exhibitions of educational and/or historical significance, and
  • To help local artists increase their public exposure.

Art Exhibit Policy and Application
Display Case Exhibits

It is the policy of the Library, as part of its mission to enrich the quality of life, to provide space for exhibits and displays from the Library's collection and through those of other local community agencies or individuals.

Display Case Policy and Application