OSWEGO, NY – Historic Replica Prints of Oswego are displayed in the lower level art gallery at the Oswego Public Library for February.
Stop by the library during regular hours to enjoy these remade treasures.
Allen Bjorkman’s Fenix Art Studio, located in the Picture Connection, has
crafted each image.
“These are better than the originals in many respects,” said Librarian Edward Elsner upon viewing the exhibit.
Fenix Art Studios also sells ABstracts: Images of Thoughts and
Renaissance replica prints.
All are available for sale at the Picture Connection and Lakeside Artisans.
In this exhibit: In this exhibit:
Forts Ontario and Oswego
General Amherst’s Camp with view of Oswego and Fort Ontario
Storming Fort Ontario
Provinces of New York and New Jersey, over 4 ½ feet tall!
Great Oswego Fire
Panoramic Map of Oswego
Four Means of Transportation featuring SS Iroquois, a trolley, an early car, and locomotive #50
Beacon Light Under Ice
Schooner and SS Arundell with Lighthouse
Richardson Opera House
The Oswego Public Library is open 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday, and noon – 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Questions are welcome and you can always call us at 341-5867.
2012 magazines are being discarded and available on tables upstairs for adoption. Please put them to new and creative uses along with being enjoyable reads.