The Verona Public Library has a gallery space on the second floor and, through next January 4, it is featuring an exhibit by Verona artist Barbara Hildebrandt.
“As I reflect on my work,” Hildebrandt says, “I look to nature for the boundless beauty and magnificent majesty she provides. I am constantly searching for new line forms, patterns and textures hidden within and along the paths that I take.”
The library has resumed its regular hours but visits must be limited to 30 minutes for browsing. There is also limited use of its study tables and computers, and reservations are encouraged. For more information on library services and programs during the COVID-19 pandemic, see its website.