Arts & Culture Center

WPL welcomes local artists to exhibit their work and community groups to present their organization in the Arts & Culture Center, located on the first floor of the library.

The purpose of the Arts and Culture Center is to introduce local and regional artists to the public as well as a serve as an informational display space for community partners or upcoming events. 

June Display

Bart Misantoni

I paint abstracts because I've often been called unrealistic. – Bart Misantoni

The creative process for me can be exhilarating, humorous, maddening, thought-provoking, and always soul satisfying. I often begin quickly by establishing a foundation, then ease into a more relaxed and intuitive state where color, movement and emotion lead the way. I hope people enjoy my work and are moved to create and share their own light with others.

Abstract painting
Abstract painting
Abstract painting

Paint brushes and tiny easel

Community Tiny Art Show

June 5 - July 15


Come see mini masterpieces by your family, friends, and neighbors, many inspired by Andy Warhol and the College of DuPage's Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop exhibit.


Display Your Artwork

To have your artwork considered for display in the Arts & Culture Center, fill out the application. For more information, contact Bari Ericson at 630-868-7529 or