Art in the Library at the Port Angeles Main Library
The current Art in the Library show at the Port Angeles Main Library features repurposed marine debris by local artists and students, an eclectic mix of photographs from Judy Larimore, elegant woodwork by Bill Wood, whimsical collages by Melanie Salazar, and new paintings from North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center students. The exhibit will be on display at the Library from April 9 until July 7.
Art in the Library at the Sequim Branch Library
The Summer Art in the Library exhibit will be on display at the Sequim Branch Library between June 5 and August 31, and features the vibrantly whimsical, surf-inspired art of Todd Fischer.
Todd Fischer is a watercolor artist based on the Olympic Peninsula. He finds his inspiration from surfing, the power of the ocean, and his surrounding environment. Over the years Todd carved his artistic niche in the world of cartoons, cars and caricatures. The surfing bug he inherited from his father carried him from California to Mexico and continues to influence his adventurous, yet family-oriented lifestyle.