Note: The current art exhibits are not accessible because the library building is closed to the public starting Friday, Nov. 13. The shift to curbside-only service follows an
Note: The current art exhibits are not accessible because the library building is closed to the public starting Friday, Nov. 13. The shift to curbside-only service follows an announcement from the Williamson County and Cities Health District that the County has moved into the red phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, characterized by high spread of the disease in the community. Watch this page for updates about when the library’s art exhibits will again be accessible.
Exhibit Nov. 3-Mar. 16
Bridge & Hall Galleries
Follow the Thread is a fiber arts exhibit that features the use of upcycled materials, hand dyed fabrics, and scrap creations in one-of-a-kind works.
Sally Gradle is a fiber artist who combines her love of color and contemporary design with new ways to think about cloth. She is a recent transplant from the Midwest and now lives in Georgetown full-time. Sally has been involved in the arts for a long time, either as an art teacher for many age groups, or an art educator at the college level. Now she is pursuing her love of fabric and composition in this first show of her work in Texas.
Learn more about Gradle and her work on Instagram at sallygradle.
November 3 (Tuesday) 9:00 am - March 18 (Thursday) 5:00 pm
Georgetown Public Library - Bridge & Hall Galleries