Artist’s Exhibit and Reception

Deerfield artist Emily Moore’s work will be on display at the library from January 20 through March 3.

The artist promises “Color! This show is colorful! Flowers. Gardens. . . and a whole set of quietly intense abstract pastels not yet shown anywhere.

In 2016 when she spent a month in Athens, Greece, Emily became involved with working for the cause of refugees.  As a result, as an artist – a painter working mostly in oils – she has made four of her paintings available as note cards, with 2/3 of the sale price going to refugees worldwide.  Each pack of four cards sells for $15, with $10 going to the International Rescue Committee.  These cards will be available for sale at the exhibit.  In addition, the IRC will receive 20% of the sales of paintings and framed prints in the exhibit.

A reception for Ms. Moore will be held at the library on Saturday, January 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.