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Monroeville Public Library Gallery Space to host Eileen Kopelman art exhibit

| Monday, July 31, 2017, 11:00 p.m.
Gallery Space in the Monroeville Public Library will feature works by artist Eileen Kopelman of Lower Burrell from Aug. 5-26, 2017.
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Gallery Space in the Monroeville Public Library will feature works by artist Eileen Kopelman of Lower Burrell from Aug. 5-26, 2017.
The exhibit 'Eileen Kopelman: Oil and Gold' will be in the Monroeville Public Library's Gallery Space from Aug. 5-26, 2017
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The exhibit 'Eileen Kopelman: Oil and Gold' will be in the Monroeville Public Library's Gallery Space from Aug. 5-26, 2017

The Monroeville Public Library's Gallery Space will feature the exhibit Eileen Kopelman: Oil and Gold from Aug. 5 to 26.

Kopelman of Lower Burrell uses oil paint and 22-karat gold leaf to create paintings and will exhibit works with flowers, land and seascapes, trees, birds and a '39 Bantam car.

The exhibit is free and open during regular hours, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, at the library on Gateway Campus Boulevard, across from Gateway Senior High School. The library is closed on Sundays.

Kopelman has been painting since 1989, has won several awards and is a member of the East Suburban Artists League. Some pieces at the Monroeville show will be for sale, with a portion of proceeds supporting library programs.

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