Exhibition ran from March 5-16, 2020. Joseph Hammer uses salvaged books to create art and to make observations on reading, words, handwriting, history, culture, and our past. His mixed media collage work memorializes used books, their creators, and also those who owned them.
Exhibition ran from November 12, 2019 to January 2, 2019. A former hospice social worker by profession, Gia Marie Houck uses her camera to capture the subtle intricacies of life and the world around us. She especially enjoys finding the quieter, lesser noticed, but really beautiful small moments and shining a little light on them. Her work includes images from both Austin and her travels. You can find her at www.giamariephotos.com.
Exhibition ran from September 10, 2019 to October 29, 2019. Laura’s Library proudly hosted this unique art show featuring work by students from Valley View Elementary. With tempera and acrylic paints on canvas and paper, students used unconventional tools to create the pieces in this exhibit.
Exhibition ran from May 21, 2019 to August 6, 2019. The Cuernavaca Arts Cooperative is a cooperative support group for visual artists that live in or near the Lake Hills neighborhood in Austin, TX. Their purpose is to create a community of artists to network, share ideas, as well as to support and inspire one another. The group promotes the arts in general within our local community.
Exhibition ran from May 15, 2018 to August 16, 2018. A special exhibit of art created during the Free Play & Food Trucks program. These collaborative works feature different mediums, including tempera, oil pastel and charcoal. This is an art show as fun as the summer.
Exhibition ran from January 11, 2018 to March 5, 2018 featuring art from the Cuernavaca Arts Cooperative. They are a group for visual artists that live in or near the Lake Hills neighborhood in Austin, TX. For more information about this group of artists, visit their website at www.cuernyarts.com.
Exhibition ran from August 23, 2017 to October 30, 2017 featuring a collection of oil paintings ranging from landscapes to florals, portraiture and still life. Sandra Farrell draws her inspiration from nature especially during her travels abroad.