The Danforth Memorial Library is hosting an exhibition featuring the artworks of Long Island artist Judy Lepore-Schreiber, according to the library.
Lepore-Schreiber art pieces are a combination of illustration, paint, and sculpture many capturing the spirit of time.
“I consider myself, as an artist, a chronicler of the times we live in,” said Lepore-Schreiber in a statement released by the library. “The problems of the world which I try to address in my painting include global warming, war, health care, women and children’s rights and racism to name a few topics of interest to me.”
Lepore-Schreiber’s work will be on display until June 15th, 2016. Her work was previously exhibited at the Danforth Memorial Library in 1976.
The display can be viewed from Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“My hope is to strike a chord in the viewer about what changes should occur,” Lepore-Schreiber said.