New Woodstock Free Library
P.O Box 340
New Woodstock, NY 13122
Heather Elia - 315.662.3134 - firstname.lastname@example.org
The “Growing Place” is the perfect name for the New Woodstock Free Library. Chartered on June 16, 1939 by New York State, the library has been in continuous community service. As the community grew, so did the library. With this growth came a need for volunteers. The community has not let the library down. Volunteers have manned the library since its inception. The current librarian, Norm Parry, called the volunteers the “heart and soul” of the library.
New Woodstock Free Library is a member of the Central New York Library Resources Council.
This collection includes paintings from Central New York artist Agnes Elliott's personal collection. Her paintings represent her love of flowers, nature and the landscapes of both Florida and central New York State.
This collection contains 20 gouache watercolor paintings depicting still lifes, landscapes, and portraits. Daniel K. Tennant is an artist who lives in Central New York.
Collection of works by Central New York artist Gordon Muck
A collection of assemblages and acrylic paintings by Jim Ridlon, a former NFL player and professor emeritus at Syracuse University.
This collection includes sculptures created by Joesph Scala, who was an artist, professor emeritus of Syracuse University, and former director of Stone Quarry Art Park in Cazenovia, NY.
This collection contains paintings by New Woodstock artist Mary Padgett, many of which are still lifes or plein air landscapes.
This collection contains paintings by Nancy Edwards, an artist from New Woodstock, NY. Subjects include local and regional landscapes, portraits, and still life objects.
Comprised of paintings, etchings, drawings, and other works of art, this collection documents the local community of artists in New Woodstock, NY.
This collection contains 30 paintings by Traci Vedder Schuster, an artist from Fayetteville, NY.