The Rochester Public Library is pleased to announce an exhibition featuring a series of works by Suzanne Jolin.
Jolin is a lifelong New Hampshire resident and self-taught artist. Her interest in art began at a young age by copying coloring books to eventually drawing anything that caught her eye. She started drawing with pencil, pen and ink, and charcoal and later developed a love for painting. She is inspired by her love for her family and the beauty of the great outdoors.
She says “The 4 seasons each have their own beauty. In the past 15 years, I’ve gone from drawing to painting in color with the use of acrylics. I have fine-tuned my talent by taking classes at Artstream and furthered my creativity in painting with Ruth Caron who is the owner of the Pottery Paddock. Now I continue to paint on my own and continue to learn new techniques and broaden my skills.”
The exhibition is on view for the month of August on the first floor. The Rochester Public Library is located at 65 South Main Street, Rochester, NH 03867.