Charles Criner is the artist on display this month in the Art Alcove. He writes about his work: "I have often been accused of not drawing and painting enough pretty people and beautiful things. I believe that art in its truest state is not about what is pretty and what will look good with curtains and tables. Although many artist risk their livelihood by not painting such things. I believe that art should have a voice of it own." Come to the second floor of the library and experience his art.
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