Jeannette Ross photos
It’s no doubt there are many talented people in Wilton, and the work of about 90 of them is on display at Wilton Library’s Summer Show, which opened July 14 and will run through Aug. 23. The show is a celebration of the work of artists from Wilton.
“This is one of the best shows … it’s just terrific,” said Ed MacEwen, the library’s art director and the show’s curator. There were 117 submissions encompassing works in oil, watercolor, acrylics, pastels, colored pencil, pen and ink, and charcoal, as well as prints, mixed media, collage, needlework, clay, cardboard and wire sculptures, as well as one work in “discarded PVC jewel cases.”