FORT LEE, N.J. -- Fort Lee artist Susan Fidlon's art is on exhibit at the Fort Lee Public Library. The exhibition began on Tuesday and will run through Saturday, April 30.
"Ever since I was a child, I have been making art," Fidlon said. "Interpreting the world around me by drawing, painting, sculpting and collaging has always been the way I express myself."
Fidlon's work has been exhibited throughout Northern and Central New Jersey. Her works are in many private collections -- from Fort Lee to Florida.
"I am interested in creating work that tells some kind of story -- often with humor, mystery or reflecting on more serious topics. The use of color plays an important role in my artwork," Fidlon said. "My latest pieces have elements of collage material coupled with paint on canvas. In addition, three-dimensional assemblages using everyday materials or found objects are another way I create my pieces."
Fidlon's art is on exhibit in the lower level atrium. For more information about Fidlon and her art, visit her website. The library is located at 320 Main St. To keep up with library events, visit its website or Facebook page.
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