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Posted on: March 21, 2023

[ARCHIVED] This coming Saturday- Carol Sommerfield's art exhibit at the Greenburgh Library

Proceeds from Carol's amazing art will go to help local charities
(Carol is known in the community for her work as the co-leader of the effort to promote pollinator gardens in town)

Carol Sommerfield is one of the most exceptional community leaders in our town. The co-leader of the pollinator demonstration gardens at Anthony F Veteran Park and Hart's Brook Nature Center in 2021 - Carol  has made a positive difference in our community. She is also a talented arist. This Saturday March 25 from 2 PM to 4 PM Carol will be exhibiting her art at the Greenburgh Library. All proceeds from her art work will go to the Greenburgh Nature Center, the Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry and other local charities.   Our community is very lucky to have someone like Carol living here -- promoting native plants, pollinator gardens and helping to improve the lives of others.  She makes people smile!  I hope to see you Saturday at the exhibit! PAUL FEINER

Artist Carol Sommerfield’s “Returning” exhibit returns funds back to the community


Carol Sommerfield’s latest painting exhibit at the Greenburgh Public Library features 109 paintings whose sole purpose is to earn money for their benefiting organizations. All proceeds from sales go to nine local benefiting organizations, including the Greenburgh Nature Center and the Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry. In addition to being a prolific artist, Carol started the Ardsley Pollinator Pathway in 2021 and has been busy spreading the word and helping people understand the value of native plants and pollinator gardens in yards. Last year she co-led the projects to install pollinator demonstration gardens at Anthony F. Veteran Park and Hart’s Brook Park and Preserve, as well as at the Ardsley Public Library. The gardens were a big hit and loved by all, and so this year she will be co-leading the expansion of both Greenburgh pollinator gardens.  Her immense love of the natural world comes through in her landscape paintings, which even include some favorite pollinators and native plants.  The exhibit can be viewed from March 18 through April 29. The openingreception is Saturday, March 25 from 2 to 4 at the library where you can view the work and meet the artist.  More information on the exhibit and paintings can be found at

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