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Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat
Tue, Thur
Closed Sundays Memorial Day to Columbus Day
Closed Saturdays
in August.

Woodbury Library
269 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798



In the Gallery

 Carol Brightman Johnson - Oil Paintings
April 1 - 30, 2019

Carol Brightman Johnson's equine images have won top honors in National shows, been featured on magazine covers, and toured with Paint America. She has participated in national juried Plein Air events: Carmel, CA (3), San Luis Obispo, CA (3), and Plein Air Wyoming (2). Her painting "The Old Jensen Cabin" won the Grand Prize in WY, chosen by Southwest Art Magazine. Carol has also exhibited in local and regional group and solo shows.

Brightman Johnson lives with her husband, horses, a dog, and two cats. She continues to paint animals, people, and a variety of other subjects.


The exhibit is open during regular library hours.


Community Cabinet

(Main floor by the elevator)

Abrash Galleries

Karen Reddington-Hughes is an Oriental rug expert with exstensive esperience working with corporate and private interior designers. She considers educating her potential buyers about rugs as an integral piece of her business practice and strives to balance the rug buying experience for her customers. Between rug education, design services, repair work, and her ability to stay under budget, Karen's relationship with her clients is long term.

In 2004, Karen set up shop in scenic Main Street in Woodbury, Connecticut. Her store is an eclectic mix of Karen's unique personality.


She is an active member of the Greater Woobury Community. She serves as President of the Woodbury Antique Dealers Association and serves on the boards of the Tribury Rotary, Woodbury Economic Development Council, and the Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition. She enjoys blending her love of art and nature with her affiliation with the Art Committee of Flanders Nature Center.



Contact Marla Martin at mmartin@biblio.org or Sue Piel at spiel@biblio.org for bookings.