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Posted October 19, 2023 by Ed Rooney


FLAG Free Little Art Gallery

It's the little things, right? This adorable exhibit stands outside the historic Kimball Public Library, humbly offering inspiration to passersby.

If you're in town and want a peek at -- or a part in -- a tiny ongoing public art display, then by all means, stop by the Kimball Public Library and enjoy the show!

From the homepage of the Free Little Art Gallery (FLAG) website:

The Free Little Art Gallery movement is about the idea that everyone can do art, and anyone can own art. You don’t need a degree or money, just a desire to create something of beauty or meaning or to make people laugh. There are a wonderful variety of things in these galleries — some from professional artists, some from talented amateurs, some from folks who are probably very young. Just like you don’t have to be a professional to go out dancing, you don’t have to be a professional to make art. People do it to please themselves and to please others.

The FLAG display in Randolph is just outside the main entrance to Kimball Public Library. You'll find the collection changing regularly!