June Exhibits At Benicia Public Library

Painting by Tom Stanton

 

My Town is a River Town at the Edge of Land
The Marilyn Citron O’Rourke Art Gallery is a small, but special exhibit space inside the Benicia library. The gallery features the works of area artists working in many styles, including painting, printmaking, textile art, sculpture and more. Inspired by Benicia former poet laureate Joel Fallon’s poem “my Town,” selected paintings of the Carquinez Strait, mixed media on wood and board by Thomas Stanton, from 1988 – 2016, are on exhibit through June 14.
 

Susan De Haven

Lily Pads

Sublime: Prints on Paper
Hand-pulled prints on fine art paper, by Susan De Haven and Carol Brent Levin, are featured in this exhibit, June 21-July 26.  Works included in the show portray a variety of printmaking processes including etching, lithography, and relief. Many of the prints in this exhibit were inspired by nature. An artist reception, open to the public, will be held Thursday, June 19, 6:30-8:30pm.

Marilyn Citron O’Rourke Art Gallery
150 East L. Street, Benicia
benicialibrary.org, 707.746.4343

Tree House, hand-pulled print on fine art paper, by Carol Brent Levin

Carol Brent Levin

Tree House

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