FRIENDS OF THE HOMER LIBRARY


Our mission is to provide support for the Homer Public Library programs and services,

to raise funds that enrich the library experience, and to promote the use and enjoyment of the library.




Art is an integral part of the Homer community.  Every year we ask local artists to send us samples of their work and a Community Artworks Selection Panel selects the pieces that will be displayed at the library. None of the works on display are for sale, but it is an opportunity for artists to showcase their work. We seek artists at all stages of their artistic endeavors. 

Featured artist October-December 2021: Megan Frost

Stop by the library's fireplace lounge to see Megan's painted vinyl records and so much more!


ART WORK BY MEGAN FROST:

Fortunate in education and experience; pursued ballet, tap and jazz, acting, gymnastics, needlework, and drawing. Suffering an immobilizing injury to the leg in childhood, performance arts pursuits were shifted to singing, poetry recitation, trumpet, violin, guitar and considerable focus turned to reading, writing and production of visual art. Opportunities to broaden scope were presented early and consistently. Bold use of color drew from living in Panama along with a love of the ocean and surfing. Lived in Yorktown, Virginia; Yuma and Wickenburg, Arizona. Travels include Germany, Austria, France, Australia, Italy, The Bahamas, The Maldives, Oman, Morocco, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Lived twelve years in Saint Augustine, Florida, pursuing surfing, yoga, and earning a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art from Flagler College, 2011. Studies included biology, zoology, anatomy and physiology, human growth and development, a large focus on history and the humanities along with drawing, painting, design, illustration, ceramics and screen printing. Showed work at The Crisp Ellert Art Museum and participated in local First Friday Art Walks. Worked as an artist in Fairbanks, Alaska. Moved to Homer, Alaska 2018. Completed yoga teacher certification in continuing effort at rehabilitation from past injury. Continual production of work in studio includes mixed media paintings, collage, assemblage, fiber arts, music and writing. Works with pens, paint, paper, fabric, wood, found objects. Inspired by the Divine: nature, truth and beauty.

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Friends of the Homer Library is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 community organization.

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