The Friends of the Sherborn Library are excited to announce that Roberta Delaney, a Sherborn resident and widely-known artist, will be exhibiting some of her multi-media work throughout the first floor of the Sherborn Library during the month of May. Ms. Delaney has work on exhibition in the National Gallery, the rare book collection at the Library of Congress, the Houghton Library at Harvard and the MFA Boston, among others. Her exhibit at the Library includes large lithographs, artist’s books and collages. The work, while diverse in medium, shows her source of inspiration: the written word. The artist’s books each contain a selected poem or several poems. The images do not illustrate these poems, but visually respond to the poems' content. Her lithographs contain text from Italo Calvino’s “Invisible Cities”, a surreal novella. The carved frames with collages explore the question of how the frame can relate to the image. Her work always starts with a question. It is an exhibit that shouldn't be missed. Please stop by to view, ponder and enjoy Roberta's Delaney's amazing works.