Now in the Crooker Gallery
April 2 – April 30, 2021
The Crooker Gallery features a new collection by Arlene Morris.
“Super Hero Series”: Assemblages of handmade papers, paint, bubble wrap, silk, hand and machine stitching.
Arlene Morris, 13 Main Street, Topsham, Maine; Arlene Morris.com.
April 3 – May 8, 2021
The Topsham Public Library is pleased to present the 12th annual photography exhibit, Joy of the Lens, in our virtual gallery.
This exhibit features original photographs by current Maine residents, both amateur and professional, aged 16 or older and is co-sponsored by the Trustees and the Friends of the Topsham Public Library.
Note: If you are new to our virtual gallery, we suggest starting with a guided tour of the exhibit. You may pause it or choose to navigate on your own at any time.
MSAD75 Art teachers – The Topsham Public Library is once again hosting an exhibit of MSAD75 student art in our virtual gallery. Submissions will be accepted starting March 15, 2021 and should be completed no later than April 30th. The exhibit will be live May 10 – June 11, 2021. Click here for submission guidelines.
To view archived virtual exhibits, please click here.
Our business is about building, what better investment than a library. Ted Crooker
The Crooker Gallery has been provided through the generosity of Harry C. Crooker & Sons general contractors. Foremost in sponsoring local projects, Harry C. Crooker and Sons has shown a consistent commitment to our community for many years.
Thanks to the Crooker family, hidden in plain sight inside the Topsham Public Library, is Topsham’s first public art gallery. This gallery, created to provide a place where art is accessible to everyone, is host to a diverse display of artistic expression throughout the year. We have seen wood carving, ceramics, photography, and painting. There has even been a display of exotic hats and Japanese kimonos. It is also the home to our annual judged art and photography exhibits: The Joy of Art and The Joy of the Lens.
Meet Our Gallery Coordinator.
As a mom to three budding artists and a life-long lover of the arts, Monique Marchilli-Barker is thrilled to take on the role of our Gallery Coordinator. She fully embraces our belief that art should be accessible to all and is committed to offering exhibits that reflect the talent and narrative of our community and Maine at large.