Introducing the Community Art Program at the Bobcaygeon Library Branch

By Lindsay Advocate

"Waiting and Watching" a watercolour by Judy Jackett, is currently on display at the Bobcaygeon branch of the Kawartha Lakes Public Library.

The Kawartha Lakes Public Library and Kawartha Art Gallery are excited to announce the launch of the new Community Art Program and artist display space at the new Bobcaygeon Library Branch. This new partnership was developed to help support local artists.

The new Bobcaygeon Library Branch is a wonderful and inviting space, flooded with natural light” says Jamie Anderson, Library Director. “Having local artists display in the space really makes the library branch a community hub.”

Judy Jackett is an artist living in Kawartha Lakes. Judy works in oils, pastels, charcoal, and watercolour. Judy says that her art “is an extension of all personal life experiences I have.” Currently Judy has four of her watercolours on display at the Bobcaygeon Library Branch

Stan Wojtaszek is a photographer living and working in Kawartha Lakes. Being interested in photography from an early age, Stan’s photography style has evolved from a documentary nature to one of an exploratory and abstract style. Currently Stan has four of his photographs on display.

More information on Judy Jackett and Stan Wojtaszek can be found on the Kawartha Art Gallery’s website.

The selected works by the two artists are currently on display, and will be up until the end of January 2024.

To be part of the next display of artists in 2024, please contact the Kawartha Art Gallery at for more information on how to apply.

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