Art Exhibits

The Woodbridge Town Library is pleased to present new art exhibits every month in the Meeting Room.  These exhibits are free and open to the public when the meeting room is not in use. If you are an artist interested in exhibiting at the library please contact Elena Fernandez, Adult Services Librarian at 203-389-3466. Artists are typically booked a year in advance. Click Here for Art Registration and Release Form

March/April’s Artists: Palette Art Studio

Palette Art Studio is proud to present our 2019 annual art exhibition at the Woodbridge Town Library during the months of March and April. This exhibit will feature the work of three of our high school seniors, Paulina Dubb, Alina Vigdorchik, and Audrey Zhu. The show will also include some artwork by other students of varying ages and experience levels.

Please join us for the reception on Saturday, April 6th, 2:30-3:30pm


Palette Art Studio was founded in Cheshire, Connecticut in 1997, by artist and teacher Natasha Piskunova, who was trained in classical and contemporary Russian schools of painting and drawing. The unique Palette Art Studio program is grounded in a traditional European art education model, with a contemporary update that fits the 21st Century.

Palette Art Studio is first and foremost committed to the development of students’ visual perception and creativity. Students are systematically introduced to the fundamental concepts and skills of painting and drawing. They learn to understand and manipulate structure, form, and color within a broad range of mediums and techniques.

While learning these foundational skills, students are also encouraged to develop their own artistic style. Our small classes are designed to allow each student individualized attention and to provide students with specific assignments that match their age and experience.

The studio’s goal is to give students a strong foundation of artistic knowledge and the tools to explore more advanced concepts.