Artwork on exhibit at Wilton library

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Art teacher Roger Bisaillon hangs the work of his students at the Wilton Free Public Library.


Included in the collection on exhibit are paper-mâché masks.

WILTON – The Wilton Free Public Library is currently displaying art by students of the Mt. Blue High School art department. 

The art is displayed on the mezzanine floor of the library and features work by fourteen students, featuring paper-mâché masks and figure drawings from live models.  The addition of the mezzanine floor in 2008 provides an ideal space for displaying artwork for the public to enjoy. 

“We are looking forward to continuing our collaboration with Roger Bisaillon and the Mt. Blue Art Department, and hope that many people will come in to enjoy the work that is currently on display,” said David Olson, library director. 

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