August 7, 2019 – September 4, 2019 all-day

This exhibit features professional photo artists, Leslie Kell, Lisa Zinna and LeRoy Lawson from the Creative Arts Society (CAS). CAS is an Austin-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) arts organization actively promoting the development of the “Artist in Everyone.” Established in 1999, the vision of this group is to inspire cultural enrichment, community participation, and respect for diversity.

Leslie Kell creates surreal artworks using an original technique that synthesizes her artistry in design and photography. She works with architectural forms to create virtual environments in which her photos are assembled into the spaces and patterns of visionary designs. The complex and layered works are visual encounters where a light beam or a fleeting reflection can ignite a spark as it passes between reality and illusion. The result reveals a place you might not recognize—but, somehow, have been waiting to visit.  https://lesliekell.com/

Lisa Zinna creates “photoart” by reworking a digital image or creating a composite from multiple photos, including images of paper collages or original artwork. She plays with layering images and blending techniques in editing software until achieving a look that feels intriguing, balanced, and fresh. Austin and Texas are common themes in her work, and they might be layered with a photo of a paper word collage. The style is contemporary, the images are modern and bright, and they are sure to make you smile. You can find out more at http://thepurplelime.com/.

 LeRoy Lawson attended Austin Community College Photography School and the Texas School of Professional Photography. In 1993, he established Lawson Studios, where he does portraits, model portfolios, head shots for professionals, event and product photography, and artwork photography. He uses 35mm, medium format, large format, and digital cameras. His love of nature has inspired him to photograph landscapes and wildlife throughout the U. S. and Europe.

Are you an artist interested in exhibiting your work at the library? Visit our Art at Laura’s page to find out more, see past shows, and submit your samples.