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.
2017 Art Displays
"Art is what you can get away with."
August’s Featured Artists:
Alice Ronke and Matt Pomerico
Alice Ronke paints in a representational, impressionistic style, with a subject matter that is predominately landscapes but also includes still life and floral topics. Her goal is to capture the excitement, rhythm, sense of peace, or sheer beauty of a scene. She uses the principles of composition to bring order to the chaos of nature to clarify the feeling she wishes to express in a painting.
Local woodcarver Matt Pomerico returns with an exciting new display of "go bys" - works in progress that illustrate the various steps involved in starting with a block of wood to the finished product.
The public is invited to enjoy Ronke’s artistic expression and Pomerico’s amazing craftsmanship in the Paso Robles City Library the entire month of August.
September Featured Artists:
Paso Robles Art Association Painters’ Guild
Members of the Paso Robles Art Association’s Painters’ Guild paint together, share ideas and provide friendly critiques. The public is invited to enjoy their artistic expression the entire month of September in the Paso Robles City Library.