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Cary Memorial Library Presents "Artists at Work: Four Lexington Artists Talk about Their Work"
For the audience, this program will be an opportunity to go behind the scenes of the creative process and find out how art is actually created. How do these artists approach their work? What do they think about? What inspires them? The artists will show examples as they describe both how and why they do what they do!
This program will feature the following Lexington artists:
Judith Cooper: Drawings, pastels, acrylic painting and mixed media assemblages (http://www.jcooperstudio.com)
Lynne D. Klemmer: Gouache/ pigment on paper; pastel/gouache on canvas (http://ldk-art.com)
Emily Passman: oils and acrylics on canvas (www.emilypassman.com)
Karen Watson: mixed media, collage, photography (http://www.karenwatsonfineart.com)
Check out the artist’s websites to see examples of their beautiful and unique artworks. What would YOU like to know about how art is created? Cary Library invites you to join in this celebration of art and the creative process!
The program will be held in the Library’s Large Meeting Room. Space is limited. Seating will be on a first come/ first serve basis.
For more information about this program, please call Cary Library at 781-862-6288 ext 250 or go to www.carylibrary.org.
More About Cary Memorial Library
Cary Memorial Library was renovated and expanded, reopening in April 2004, with a larger children's room, more public service spaces, enhanced meeting rooms and technological advances. There is a meeting room that seats 125 people, and numerous quiet study areas available. The library also offers a children's room, young adult collection, adult fiction and non-fiction collections, reference materials and a range of audiovisual material.
Other events here
- LexFUN! Kindergarten Panel Wed, May 29, 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
- The Dream Realized: Lexington Author Meikle Paschal Shares His Personal Journey Thu, May 30, 7:00 pm