FINE ART AND FASCINATING DISPLAYS
The Paso Robles City Library seeks to encourage the artistic and cultural interests of the community by providing space in the Library to display visual and other work. The Library Board of Trustees is responsible for selecting and scheduling displays. Typically, the Board will review in the fall and schedule displays for the following year. The duration of the displays is usually one month.
Come enjoy the artistic expression of local talents Patti Everett and Thomas Wold in the Paso Robles City Library the month of October.
Everett is a native Californian and local artist who works in classic non-manipulated photography. She draws on her curiosity, wonder, and training in art and science (including marine biology and oceanography) to share the mystery and beauty of the natural world. Everett spent many childhood summers at the shore, playing in the ocean, but also observing, identifying and protecting sea life, which continues to be an important focus in her life. In the display case, marvel at Wold’s incredible display of papier mache Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) masks.
The Paso Robles City Library is located at 1000 Spring Street and is open Monday - Friday 10-8, and Saturday 10-5. For more information on library programs and events, please call 805-237-3870.