Port Angeles Art in the Library Featured Artists January 9 - April 8
The current Art in the Library exhibit at the Port Angeles Main Library features the works of local artists Harry Von Stark, Aaron Wright, Nora Lawson and Lloyd Taylor. Their work will be on display in the library January 9 through April 8.
The winter art show also includes selections from the Real Change collection. This is a touring collection of portraits and biographies of homeless individuals involved with Real Change, an organization that publishes the only “street newspaper” in Washington state. Real Change provides employment for 300 homeless and low-income people in the Puget Sound region; vendors pay Real Change 60 cents for each Real Change Newspaper and resell the paper on the street for the two dollar cover price plus tips.
Art in the Library at Sequim Branch Library
Sequim March – May 2014 Artist: Photographer Nora Lawson
Nora Lawson grew up in the Puget Sound area. She has traveled to many states – she names California, Hawaii and Florida as a few of her favorites. When she moved to the Forks area four years ago, she discovered what those living here already know: the Olympic Peninsula is a photographer’s paradise. Her subject matter centers on nature’s abundant beauty including sunsets, rainforests, beaches, and wildlife.
Art in the Library is a collaborative library/community art project featuring rotating exhibits by local artists. The program has been made possible by generous contributions from the Friends of Sequim Library, and also by the efforts of volunteer art coordinator Randy Radock, who schedules the artists and designs the displays. Nora Lawson’s photography will remain on display at the Sequim Branch Library through the end of May.
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