Sherman library presenting 'Big, Little Details' by artist Denise Schlesinger

The Sherman Library is presenting a new show “Big, Little Details” by artist Denise Schlesinger. This exhibit is of paintings of everyday activities and scenes created with detail, motivating people to really look at things, a release said.

Her paintings capture the realism and emotions of everyday life in detail, a release said. The artwork will be on display at The Sherman Library through Nov. 17, both at the library and also on www.shermanlibrary.org.

Schlesinger looks for a representation of the realistic qualities that capture life, emitting emotional feelings of preserved memories. The design content utilizes elements of architectural preservation of a historic nature, the release said.

“I am passionate about my work as I continue on my journey. My work motivates me to create. My art is my communication as I document my travels in snapshots of time,” said Schlesinger.

Some artists who have influenced her are Hopper, Homer, Wyeth, Degas, Eakins and Rockwell.

She shows her work at the Washington Art Association, and has sold paintings in various settings. Denise lives in Sherman.

For more information about the show and The Sherman Library, visit: www.shermanlibrary.org