The Cary Memorial Library is holding a display of a local artist this month.
Java Joshi’s collection of Indian Villages and Indian Folk Dances has been selected by Cary Memorial Library as the "Exhibit of the Month" for the month of October, a notice from the library states.
Java’s work will be displayed in the main Piper Gallery until October 31.
There will also be a solo show reception on from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on October 19th in the Large Meeting Room on the ground floor. This is a free event for all visitors who enjoy and encourage art.
"Java is a well-known Lexington based artist that has been showcasing her impressionist style paintings promoting Indian culture, lifestyles and dance forms," the release states. "In the recent past, Java’s work has been showcased in many national and international forums. It is worth noting that Java was also nominated for 2013 Women of the Year for 'Excellence in Promotion of Arts.'"
"Java also shares her passion of Art teaching children in her Lexington and Burlington studio locations, the release continues. "Java is also one of the only artists of Indian origin that teaches at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society."
You can check Java’s work at www.javajoshi.com and connect with her at email@example.com.