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. 

November Display

Kathleen Herbach

on display through December

Kathleen Herbach has been quilting since 1993 and has created over 250 quilts of various sizes and techniques. She has been teaching at local quilt shops for the past 20 years. Her signature quilts combine a modern design with bright use of color and a variety of quilting styles.

Quilt with leaves
Quilt with colorful crossed lines
Quilt with colorful diamonds

Natalie Ho

on display through December

Natalie Ho is a licensed clinical social worker and a full-time working mom. She got her undergraduate degree in Fine Art (Metalsmithing) at Ball State University and her Masters of Social Work at UIC. She loves to promote self-care through creativity, a passion that is evident in her artwork.

Watercolor painting of hands
Abstract painting
Metal sculpture