Artist Depicts Flowers of All Seasons

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To celebrate Francophonie month, “Fleurs pour toutes les saisons,” an exhibit of watercolors by Margaret Garneau, will be on exhibit in the library until the end of March.

The works depict flowers from all four seasons, inspired by the artist’s visits to public and private gardens in New England.

Garneau studied with local artists Dorothy Campbell Therrien and Suzanne Binnie. Since then, she says, “I’ve spent many hours perfecting my art, through lots of practice, alone.”

The library is celebrating Francophonie month in partnership with Club Richelieu in Nashua. You can find out about more events celebrating French language and culture at

​The art exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours. In addition, the artist will hold a reception on Thursday, March 5, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. It is free and open to the public.