Room L-129

Tasnuva Rahman Exhibiting during December

Tasnuva Rahman is a budding young Tomball artist with international influences.

Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Ms. Rahman graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Dhaka, with a specialty in Oriental Art. She has exhibited her work in four group exhibitions in Dhaka and three here in Tomball; the latter, with the Tomball Art League and the Northwest Art League.  She has also illustrated a children’s book.

You are invited to come to the library meeting room during the month of December and enjoy the delicacy of Tasnuva's work, drawn from legends and living and non-living things. Most of the paintings are watercolor, with some experimental pieces in acrylic, mixed media, and graphite. A December treat!

 

Northwest Art League Members' work on Exhibit

If you need a moment of serene beauty in the pre-holiday bustle, the artwork in our meeting room will provide. Members of the Northwest Art League have hung some collages and paintings that I think you'll enjoy in Room L-129 during December. Breathe deep and enjoy!

Alicia Mitchell exhibiting in Room L-129

Alicia Mitchell is back with more of her prolific collection of expressive paintings and collages. If you happen to be in the library this month, check out our meeting room--Room L-129--for this El Paso native's exciting work. 

 

 

J.M.M. Barkovich Exhibiting in Room L-129 in March

Technically we might call them ‘miniatures’—not one of them exceeds 12” in any direction. Painted in acrylics or sketched on scratchboard, Joan Barkovich has brought a different kind of portraiture to our library meeting room walls for the month of March. Dogs, humans,--saints, even! They are worth a visit to Room L-129 this month to see. Come and browse.

Debra Hayden Drawings in Room L-129

Debra Hayden, having now finished her year as a teacher and having had a chance to breathe, has hung her latest set of gouache, pastel, and graphite pieces in Room L-129 opposite Malvine Wolf's collages. She is a realistic artist who tries to convey the spiritual essence of her subjects. I think you'll get a sense of that in the lovely image at left.

Alicia Mitchell exhibiting in Room L 129 through May

When you see Alicia Mitchell’s artwork in Room L-129 this month you’ll immediately feel her warmth and humanity. A lifelong resident of El Paso, she moved to Spring when she retired in 2001 and took up painting with a passion. She works in oils, acrylics, pastels, charcoal, colored pencil, collage, and clay; but her exhibition this month features some of her oil paintings and collages. C’mon by!

Bob Gardner Photography in Room L-129 during April

Local photographer Bob Gardner is our exhibiting artist for the month of April. Bob has chosen compelling black and white portraits, vivid color prints, and intriguing digitally modified photographs printed on aluminum, a method which he describes in his exhibit. Come and enjoy Bob Gardner's photography in Room L-129. (Left: "Lemon Ice")

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