The exhibit will feature Pagano's landscape watercolors, as well as the work of Pagano's mother, who was brought up in the town of Butternuts and lived her adult life in Unadilla and Sidney. Pagano will give a reading of her poetry at 7 p.m. Saturday, and copies of her work, "A Leaf Falls," will be sold to benefit the Schoolhouse.
Also on display will be the group show, "Hometown Art, a Group Exhibition." This exhibit showcases the work of four area artists: Lillie Anderson, Judy Cordes, Peg Halpin and Martha Weaver Phillips.
"I am impressed with the diversity of talent demonstrated by these artists," Maywood Arts member JEssica Farrell said in the release. "They bring decades of experience to life through their artwork. We are thrilled to have an opportunity to share their work with the community."
The Schoolhouse is at 10770 County Highway 23 in Sidney Center. For more information visit www.maywoodarts.org or call 369-4916.