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Art in the Library
This February, we have two very different art programs showing at our Scotts Valley and Downtown Branches.
Flower Power is the latest exhibit in the Scotts Valley Branch's Art in the Library program. The program will celebrate the powerful influence flowers have on our lives. The public is invited to meet the artists at a special reception. Refreshments will be served, and music will be provided by jRj Rauche, a multi-instrumentalist with special focus on Chapman Stick, Guitar and Handpan.
Flower Power -- Meet the Artist Reception
Saturday, February 1st
2:00 – 4:00pm
Artists: Heather Richman – Fused Glass, Tamara Cucchiara-Sitka – Live plants, Ron Meadow – Acrylic, Linda Nadeau – Mosaic, Margaret Stanton Murray – Photography, Lynn Larson – Watercolor, Bill Tucker – Glass sculpture, Pat Towery – Watercolor, Lynn Jaye – Acrylic, Lance Simms – Acrylic, Sally Bookman – Watercolor, Samantha Sommer - Decoupage.
For more information on the Friends of the Scotts Valley Library and the Art in the Library program please visit http://www.fsvpl.org/.
Santa Cruz Originals celebrates the creative foundation of the underground Santa Cruz Skate/tattoo culture at the Downtown Branch. Join us for art and music during the First Friday reception, or come to the branch anytime during open hours -- the art will be on display until March 29th.
Santa Cruz Originals -- First Friday Reception
Saturday, February 7th
5:30 - 8:00pm
Artists: Lucas Musgrave, Mike Espinosa, Flip Hayes, Jordan Norrbom, Jimbo Phillips, Adrian Jimenez, Selena Zontos, Jesse Rochlin, Andrew Willis, Skan Arts, Dustin Graham, Anthony Moss.