February Display

The Livingston Library display case currently features colorful artworks from high school students at the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School in Livingston.

The students exhibiting their talents are in grades 9 -12 and have been working in many different media to date.  These varied works have been done in charcoal, pencil, colored pencil, water color, acrylic paint, clay, and collage under the guidance of art teacher Mrs. Debbie Buechler, and can be viewed until  February 21st.


-Archana Chiplunkar, Adult Services Librarian 

January Display

The students of Livingston art teacher Christine Qin Wittlinger are currently holding their 11th annual “Chinese New Year ”  art show commemorating “The Year of Rat” in the Livingston Public Library display case, and it will continue through the end of January.

The colorful works of art on dispIMG_5729lay have been created by children ages 6 through 18.  Media include oil painting, watercolors, sketches, and oil pastels, as well as works done in marker and crayons.  The students’ vibrant works include depictions of Chinese dragons, cherry blossoms, fireworks, and other images associated with Chinese culture.

-Archana Chiplunkar, Adult Services Librarian