Artwork by Geneva High students featured this month at library

  • Artwork by Geneva High School students, including photography, ceramic tiles and book sculptures, are on display this month at the Geneva Public Library.

    Artwork by Geneva High School students, including photography, ceramic tiles and book sculptures, are on display this month at the Geneva Public Library. Courtesy of Geneva Public Library

 
Submitted by Paula Krapf
Updated 3/4/2019 6:16 PM

The Geneva Public Library announces the artists for the month for March are Geneva High School art students.

Enjoy photography by Danica Fahmy's students, which are displayed in the library's lower level art gallery, as well as book sculptures by Al Ochsner's students, and ceramic tiles by Megan Kelly's students, which are displayed around the library's fireplace on the second floor.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The Geneva Public Library seeks local artists to display their work in the Art Gallery on a monthly basis.

The library has an art gallery for 2-D exhibits and the fireplace area for both 2-D and 3-D exhibits. A minimum of seven pieces and a maximum of 17 pieces in the art gallery area are required.

For information, call Erin Wittry at (630) 313-1008, or visit www.gpld.org.

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