Dominique Lecomte Exhibit

Artist Dominique Lecomte will be showcasing his linocuts and woodcuts in the library’s gallery space during the months of September and October. Linocuts and woodcuts are original prints in limited and numbered edition, made from a previously cut wood or linoleum blocks.

Dominque Lecomte spent his childhood in Rambervillers, a small town in the East of France. In 1985, after a two year sabbatical to take art classes at the School of Image in Epinal, he exhibited his first works; oil, acrylics, and etchings.

Artist Statement: I love the little things of life, the spectacle of nature, the lines and forms of the world, the mystery of cities. I use them to create images, to map voyages, to share impressions. I want my work to be simple, colorful, warm; to lead you on and off the beaten path. It must make you smile, carry you away, amaze you. If you wish to take it home or share it with your friends, it’s also my goal.

For more information on Dominque Lecomte and his work, please visit his website: