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Monday, April 21, 2014

Artists & Displays

Monthly Artists & Displays

Stop by the libraries every month to see changing displays featuring beautiful works of art and interesting collections, artifacts, or memorabilia--all contributed by the creative, talented people that live right alongside you in your community.

April 2014:

Do you have an interesting collection to share?

We're always looking for community members who wish to share their talents at the library each month. 

Displays provide exposure to the work of artisans and artists, or provide information on subjects of general interest to the public. The display cases are secured. For more information call your local branch or contact us.

Central Ridge Branch

Display: M & B GlassWorks

Myra Haddock & Barbara LaMountain

These ladies have outdone themselves with some beautiful glass artwork. If you are interested in seeing what fused glass and stained glass jewelry and art looks like you need to stop by the library and take a look at this display. These colorful creations will leave you wondering how they were created!

Coastal Region Branch

Display: Coastal Region Library Staff Favorties

What We Treasure. See photographs, collections, and all things library as we celebrate National Library Week April 13th - 19th.

April is National Poetry Month. Celebrate poetry and its vital place in American culture with the Sunshine Poets. Their members will display original works in the Reference Area.


Artist:Coastal Region Library Staff Favorites

Floral City Branch


Sunset Homosassa Waterways

 Artist: Jeanneine Cole, Oils

Jeanneine, a graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, has also studied with several noted contemporary painters.  She has taught in the Art Institute's Gifted Students Program and in public and private schools.

Meet Jeanneine at the Floral City Library on Tuesday, March 11th from 10 AM to 12 Noon.  For more information visit our calendar of events: Floral City Library Calendar of Events

Homosassa Branch

Holland Painting 
washington dc

Artist: Oils on Canvas by William Holland:

Join The Homosassa Library in welcoming back the work of painter and Irish tenor, William Holland. Mr. Holland has been drawing since he was two and started painting in his 20's.


Display: A Salute to Washington DC presented by the Fort Cooper chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American  Revolution.

The Daughters of the American Revolution is a 124 year old volunteer women's organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving historical relics and locations as well as the records of the men and women who achieved American independence. The Fort Cooper chapter was chartered in 2007. We thank them for their presentation.

Lakes Region Branch

Horse Free_Soaring
Horse Free Soaring

Artist: Cindy Carver and Susan Kay Wilson

Cindy Carver-Multi-Media Artist

Cindy Carver creates art with the intention to tell a story, evoke an emotion with a glance and to draw the observer in to take another look.



Colorful Calliopsis

Susan Kay Wilson -Photographer

Susan Kay Wilson likes to focus on the unique qualities that inherent each object. She strives to cause the viewer to pause long enough to take a closer look at common objects or scenes; "For it's not always the size, but the beauty that holds your attention."




Eldonza (Above)  

    Good Pipe  (Below)    

Good Pipe-Gandalf


Display: Sculptor Charles Scott Goss

Charles Scott Goss, a Colorado native is a self-taught sculptor. His first encounter with appreciation of sculpting was while visiting Taos, New Mexico at a museum exhibit. He was inspired by the art and grew an interest in the techniques of sculpting. Scott worked in a casting foundry business for over 25 years and while there created his first piece, “Weather Watcher.” He was able to work with various artists who shared sculpting styles, techniques, and critiques which led to create his collection primarily in the West of the United States and in Europe.


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