September 11, 2017 - December 2017
The Public Art Committee welcomes its newest exhibit Closing Summer by Joseph Loria featuring large oil paintings by local artist Joseph Loria. Mr. Loria is joined by local artist Brian Shea with a 3-d display in wood titled Works in Wood.
Queen's Surf by Joseph Loria
This exhibit is the second by Bay Area Studio Artists (BASA), a talented group of like-minded painters. BASA shared with us Build-Your-Brain, a collection of paintings which coincided with the library's summer reading program of the same title Build-Your-Brain.
Featuring photographs of fathers all over the Bay Area by Nancy Rubin displayed in the Homework Center.
Day in the Life
Day in the Life Photo Exhibit, featuring photos taken by Lafayette residents on March 20th, Spring Equinox. Displayed in the library gallery. 1st Place Winner, Stu Selland Boots on the Square
LPIE Photos by Students
May - June 2017Featuring photographs taken by Acalanes Union High School students. In the library gallery.
March 20 - May 8, 2017
The Public Art Committee welcomes its newest exhibit Spring Flowers in Watercolor by Dorie Smith. Dorie is a contemporary realist painter of flowers who resides in both Lafayette, California and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Her artistic process began twenty years ago after her four children were raised, allowing time to pursue her interest in painting. Her flower paintings are characterized by vibrant colors and simple, bold compositions. She has exhibited her art work in private events and group shows at the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In California, she has periodically exhibited her art in the California Watercolor Association of Walnut Creek. Her art work is in many private residences and business offices. All works of art in this exhibit are for sale. Contact Dorie at email@example.com.
Use Less or Useless, photos by Melissa Mohle
We welcome our newest photo exhibit by local photographer and DVC student, Melissa Mohle. Melissa describes her exhibit, "The photos are of beautiful landscapes with the color altered in an unnatural way with images of everyday products from a grocery or hardware store aisle running through it. This artwork serves as a reminder that all the products we use end up in our natural environment and alter it. Hopefully the viewer might decide to use fewer products in the future, hence the title, "Use less or Useless"