Stephanie Nyzio at the Crowell Gallery
“Going, going, gone”
March 3rd – April 30th, 2021
Moore Free Library, 23 West Street, Newfane, VT
For more than two decades Stephanie Nyzio has been dedicating her time to teaching art in public schools. Recently she has taken time off to allow space to rekindle her commitment to her artistic voice. Some of that time was spent living in Costa Rica, immersed in a tropical paradise observing and finding inspiration there. She describes her current work as a union of things held dear, an expression of things she feels most passionate about: love for the natural world, drawing as foundation, and environmental issues. “My wish is to inform the viewer on different topics affecting the ecosystem while evoking a visceral reaction. Maybe this work will evoke their desire to make small and big changes in the way they interact with the natural world. Often viewers feel helpless while facing facts around environmental issues such as plastic trash, pesticide use, and poaching, to name a few. That is why resources and information will be included in the exhibit at the Crowell Gallery so that the public can take action, whether it’s baby steps or big leaps.”
The Moore Free Library observes Covid-19 restrictions, and will limit the number of patrons inside the gallery. Gallery hours follow the open hours of the Moore Free Library: Tues 1-5, Weds 2-6, Thurs 1-5, Fri 2-6, Sat 10-2 Free and open to the public.
The Crowell Gallery is open during library hours: Tues 1-5, Weds 2-6, Thurs 1-5, Fri 2-6, Sat 10-2. The library maintains strict adherence to Covid-19 guidelines limiting the number of patrons to 10. We are pleased to be able to offer this event, all are welcome, free admittance.