December Artist Exhibit Features Drawings by Chad Zingales
AMHERST – The Friends of the Amherst Town Library welcomes Chad Zingales and his amazing drawings to the main floor of the Amherst Town Library during the month of December. The exhibit will run through the end of the month.
Chad is a Hollis resident that is very active around the Souhegan Valley community. He is a Halloween-enthusiast, musician, writer, stand-up comic, business owner and manager. When he’s not creating his original art and unique designs, he can be found producing, teaching, and performing “The Dark Crop” haunted corn maze at Lavoie’s Farm in Hollis and running his new performance venue Zinger’s in Milford. Chad is a creative soul with a passion for writing, singing, performing, as well as art. Chad’s creativity was evident as a child where he started playing the snare drum in fourth grade and drawing with his brother while listening to music.
Back to the Future, chicken wings shoved in a taco’s body, naps, and preparing for next year’s Halloween are some of Chad’s favorite past times. In Chad’s spare time he daydreams about having more spare time.
Stop in during opening business hours at the Amherst Town Library to view Chad’s works starting December 2 until the end of the month.
Friends of the Amherst Town Library is looking for artists who are interested in future exhibits at the library. We are still looking for someone to exhibit February 2020 and the later half of 2020. For information on exhibiting at the Amherst Town Library please contact Sharron April at FOLartists@gmail.com or stop in at the library for an information sheet at the circulation desk.
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