The Greenwood Lake Public Library, located at 79 Waterstone Rd. in Greenwood Lake, will feature works by Leila Noueihed during the month of September as part of their artist for the month series. Leila is a resident of Ringwood, NJ and a self-taught, experimental artist who enjoys painting in all mediums, mainly acrylic. She enjoys many genres of art, especially post impressionists. Leila is also an adjunct professor in the science department at City University of New York, a medical research scientist and a pharmacist. She has also been educated in French and Russian. Leila is a member of the Warwick Art League and the Ringwood Manor Art Association (RMAA), where she also served as publicity director.
The exhibit entitled, “The Flip Side” is a collection of paintings, mostly of landscapes, that was previously displayed at the Greenwood Lake Library in 2012. This past April, her painting, “Timeless Romance,” was included in the “Warwick Through Time” exhibit at the Albert Wisner Public Library, a collection of over fifty one-of-a-kind paintings, images and historical artifacts related to the Village of Warwick. In July, her art was part of an exhibit of 13 multifaceted artists on display at the Tuscan Café in Warwick. This group also included Gail Bate, Jennifer L. Grant, Suzy Webber, Josephine Buck, Linda Bohleke, Sarah Lane, Cathe Linton, Louise McCutcheon, Liz Parkinson, Lorrie Sniderman, Susan Spence, and Marcy Talbot.
For more information call 477-8377, ext. 104 or visit www.gwllibrary.org.