paintings

Rosemary Massey's Paintings in Room L-129

Our exhibiting artist this month is Rosemary Massey. Rosemary is a retired art teacher and native of Houston, who paints both landscapes and still lifes in watercolor and acrylic. Come and see her paintings in Room L 129 or online at http://rosemarymassey.vpweb.com/

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Winners Show at the Library

Every spring and fall the Tomball Art League puts on an Exhibition and Show in the Tomball Community Center. For those of you who missed it, many of the winning paintings are displayed this month in our meeting room, room L-129. If the room happens to be locked when you come, just ask a librarian at the reference desk to open it for you. 

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Come and View the Winners

For the rest of March, LSC-Tomball Community Library is proudly displaying the work of participating winners of the Tomball Art League’s Spring Show and Exhibition. Claire Payne won Best in Show for her watercolor Winter Pall pictured at left. The Show had 280 entries, from traditional oils to sculpture to digital art. Come and enjoy Tomball and area’s tremendous art talent in Room L 129.

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Betty Engdorf Paintings in Room L-129

Betty Engdorf, a local artist who has just taken on being vice-president of the Tomball Art League, is the featured artist in our meeting room exhibition hall this month. Betty's landscapes document favorite local scenes and European travels. She is also showing paintings of flowers and birds, including her favorite hummingbirds. Come by and enjoy Engdorf's paintings through the month of May. 

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Marshall Stephens is Back!

Marshall Stephen's paintings were among those most fondly received by customers and staff alike as they hung in our Meeting Room, Room L 129 last year. For the month of April, Stephen's paintings are back for you to enjoy. Most of the paintings are new but he has included a couple of old favorite abstracts to amuse, confuse, and delight you. Come on by.

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Art In the Forest

 

Kingwood area artists have a new venue for displaying their original art. The Kingwood Branch Library is now partnering with the Kingwood Art Society to present "Art In the Forest", an ongoing exhibit of paintings, pastels, and mixed media.  On your next visit to the library, be sure to check out the many items in our lobby display case as well as the second floor "gallery".  We guarantee you'll be impressed by the talent and creativity of your friends and neighbors!

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