The library announces its new art exhibition

The Little Falls Public Library is pleased to announce its new art exhibit, by local artist, Dr. Oscar Stivala, through October 28 in the library’s Community Hall exhibit space at 10 Waverly Place, as well as its opening reception on Saturday, September 17. likewise in the Community Hall Gallery at the Little Falls Public Library from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The exhibition and opening reception will be free and open to the public in the community hall space accessible to people with disabilities. The exhibit itself will be open during all regular library hours through October 28, with some of the exhibits available for purchase through the artist.

Originally from Argentina, Dr. Oscar Stivala is well known in central New York jazz and art circles. His works are influenced by the Impressionist movement, as evidenced by his bold and sculptural paintings. Retired from a 35-year career as a surgeon, many of the works in this show reflect his deep and abiding love of music, with the jazz trumpet being one of Oscar’s other great passions or his appreciation of cityscapes. and landscapes of Little Falls and its surrounding communities. Oscar’s paintings burst with all the vibrant colors of these influences, illuminating the gallery space so much that room lights are barely needed. From still life to self-portraiture, from Miles Davis to Little Falls’ own Canal Place, there’s something in the subject for nearly every eye and nearly every interest.

For more information on this and other upcoming events, you can visit the Little Falls Public Library website at, check out the library’s Facebook homepage at or contact the library. by phone at 315-823-1542. The Little Falls Public Library appreciates the opportunity to share arts and culture with the local community and looks forward to seeing you there!

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