NORTHVILLE - Harry Bruce Frasier and Stacey Frasier Darling, who are father and daughter, will display their nature-inspired multimedia artwork at the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network Art Exhibit in the Northville Public Library at 215 W. Main St.
The exhibit will be on display from Thursday to Feb. 27 with an opening reception Jan. 14 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Frasier has always lived in Edinburg and is a self-taught oil painter and watercolorist, a news release said. He also dabbles in other media such as graphic art, photography, advertisements and book illustrations.
He has authored and illustrated several children's books. His favorite subjects are Adirondack lakes and animals, the news release said. Frasier has exhibited his work in Vail Mills, Gloversville, Northville, Edinburg and Agora Gallery in New York City.
Darling grew up in Edinburg and lives in Northville. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in art education at Potsdam University with a focus in painting. She later earned her master's in art education at St. Rose College with a focus in ceramics at the Skidmore Studio.
Darling enjoys creating and teaching art in various forms and has taught art for 10 years, according to the news release. Working primarily in oil paint and sculptural ceramics, she also works in fabric art and textured print collages, and has written and illustrated a children's book.
The father and daughter are heavily influenced and inspired by themes of nature, the news release said.