Exhibit dates: Jan. 10 – Feb. 14 | Maumee Branch
Pivot! Slewion’s abstract take on patience and work reflect pivotal moments throughout the artist’s life. From his childhood in DC to transitioning days following college in Toledo he combines his signature mannequin motif with colorfully grotesque portraits to capture the raw emotion of growing pains.
Aaron S. Bivins
Exhibit dates: Jan. 19 – Feb. 24 | Main Library Gallery
Aaron S. Bivins attended The University of Toledo in Ohio, receiving a B.A. in Art, as well as a Teaching Certification. He has also studied watercolor landscape painting with the late prominent Toledo watercolorist, Walter Chapman and acrylic and oil landscape painting with noted Toledo artist, Richard Dziak. Working primarily in acrylic, oil and watercolor, he also explores other media as he paints portraits of people and animals, landscapes, architectural studies and still life. Mr. Bivins is a former junior high school art teacher in the Toledo Public School system — he now serves as a painting demonstrator and conducts watercolor and acrylic workshops and classes, as well as jurying art shows throughout the region.
Local History and Genealogy Online Exhibit
Toledo’s Black History
This Black History Month, we’re celebrating the lives and stories of Toledo’s own Black community in a new online exhibition. Learn about the people, events, and activism that shaped the growth of Toledo’s Black community and discover resources from our archives that examine local race relations over time.
Interested in displaying your work at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library? We encourage you to submit a proposal at the link below. The Library selects displays to share a variety of artistic mediums, styles, and points of view within the community. Art to be displayed should adhere to local community standards and be appropriate for both youth and adult audiences.
Please note—we receive far more submissions than our modest spaces allow.