Library To Host Second Art Exhibit

Library To Host Second Art Exhibit

"Texas Wildflowers," oil on canvas, 2011/Courtesy Sheri Jones

Southwestern Adventist University’s Chan Shun Centennial Library will host another art exhibit this semester, according to Alfredo Vergel, associate librarian for public services.

Entitled “Western Landscapes and Wildlife: Color, Light, Shapes,” the artwork is presented by painter/sculptors Sheri Jones and Doug Clark. The displays will be on exhibit in the Meadows Gallery from March 24 to 30, with an Opening Reception and Artist Talk scheduled for Thursday, March 24 from 6 to 9 p.m.

"Native Texan," bronze, 2006/Courtesy Doug Clark

The previous exhibit, “Fleeting Moments and Enduring Thoughts,” featured the artwork of Spray and Jeff Gleaves from Feb. 17-23 and was well received.

The Meadows Gallery will be open Sunday through Wednesday from 1 to 8 p.m. during the March exhibit. The Meadows Gallery is inside the Chan Shun Centennial Library building and is located at 101 West Magnolia in Keene.

"Daybreak Magic," oil on canvas, 2011/Courtesy Sheri Jones

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  1. Carl Cash
    August 22, 18:25 Reply
    Southwestern Adventist University’s Chan Shun Centennial Library will host another art exhibit this semester, according to Alfredo Vergel, associate librarian for public services. I really wish i could be there, but unfortunalety not this time :-(

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