Pictured is Soapstone art created by Tom Huff. An exhibit of Native American art will be on display at the New Woodstock Free Library Sept. 4 through 30.
By Norm Parry, library director
(New Woodstock, NY – Sept. 2013) Stone sculptor Tom Huff will exhibit a collection of Native American art at the New Woodstock Free Library from Sept. 4 through Sept. 30. A reception for the artist will be held at the library beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6.
In this “Survey of Native American Art,” Huff will be showing several of his stone sculptures as well as 25 paintings and ceramics from his personal collection of Art from a wide variety of Native American artists and Nations. Huff currently lives at the Onondaga Nation with his family and manages SculptureCulture, a Studio Gallery located at 224 Hawley Ave. in Syracuse, where he exhibits local Native American and Syracuse art, and offers stone carving classes to the general public.
The New Woodstock Free Library is located at 2106 Main Street (Route 13) in the hamlet of New Woodstock.
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For more information about this and other programs and events at the library call 662-3134 or visit the library’s web page at www.midyork.org/newwoodstock.
The New Woodstock Free Library is open Monday through Friday 1 to 5 p.m., Monday and Wednesday evenings 7 to 9 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 until 1. The library is also open whenever the blue library symbol flag is flying out front. Children’s hour is every Tuesday at 11 a.m.