On the Art Wall -- in the library's main floor Miron Fireside Room
Changing Metal Art owner, Patrick McGinnis, exhibits his work pieces. Made of metals like coper or iron and transformed into sculptures and light reflecting scenic landscapes.
Among the pieces on display: a one of a kind distressed American Flag which he has kindly made for various Police Departments throughout the Fox Valley. Flags are all the same as the original stamp, but no two are exactly alike in the way he painted and heat treated for the stars portion of the flag. The flag is a replica of the original Iwo Jima flag that was first set up on top of Mount Suribachi on February 23rd, 1945 during World War II. Opposite of the wall visitors can appreciate two additional metal sculptures. A meet the artist event will take place on Thursday June 1st. Visitors will have the oportunity to discover the techniques and motivation from this unique artist.
In the glass case in the Lobby
Fox Valley School of Massage showcases programs and services they offer to learn yoga, massage, wellness, nutrition, and personal training, including possible certifications & licenses.
In the glass case in the Circulation Area
Menasha High School sophomore, Hannah Porto, is sharing a portfolio of her artwork. Hannah is an artist, a violinist, speed skater, and figure skater. Among the ink, acrylic and other media art pieces, there is a special painted violin. Titled as “Works of a Dreamer”, she created it to evoke a strong visual of how to rise up and get back on track. The violin scene expresses her dreams and success.
In the Menasha History Case
There is also a glass case from the original Elisha D. Smith Public Library on Mill Street tucked into the corner at the start of the large print and fiction collections. The Menasha Historical Society presents artifacts from Menasha's strong history with baseball.
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