ROXBURY -- "Two Views," an exhibit of paintings, sculpture and works in mixed media by New Fairfield residents Mary Lou and Robert Alberetti, will open Saturday at Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury.

The library is at 23 South St. and a reception is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m.

The title of the show, "Two Views," is reflected in the two artists' views of similar subject matter and in the fact that each artist has used two ways to express the ideas generated by those subjects.

Mary Lou Alberetti is a studio artist and professor emerita from Southern Connecticut State University. Her work is included in numerous collections, including HBO World Headquarters in New York and the Mint Museum of Art and Design in North Carolina.

Her ceramic reliefs, sculptures, mixed media and collages are described as being rooted in architecture and displaying an aura of timelessness and antiquity through multi-layered colors and textures.

Robert Alberetti, also a studio artist and professor emeritus, has developed an wide reputation for collages/mixed media and oil paintings influenced by his travels.

He has exhibited his work at the Panama Museum of Art, the Pentagon, the DeYoung Museum and other museums throughout the U.S.

The library is handicapped-accessible; call 860-350-2181 with questions.