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Provocative. Exquisite. Curious. Captivating. Magnifique! Talented local artists supply us with some amazing art. Come into your neighborhood Library and see what's hanging around. Bring an espresso, speak a little French, munch on a baguette and you'll swear you're at the Louvre!
Larissa Uredi is an award-winning and internationally recognized fiber and mixed media artist. She has exhibited regionally and internationally and has won several artist residencies in Spain, Estonia, Italy and beyond.
The Fractured Fabric Society (FFS) at Harper's Fabric and Quilt Co. in Downtown Overland Park is a group of non-traditional quilters who meet to share projects, resources and ideas in an encouraging environment.
Jessica Kincaid creates pictorial beaded textiles based on nature scenes and surrealist imagery. As her medium of choice, beading brings an abstract quality to concreate images.
TIME is the only constant that continually changes. Depending on who you ask, there's either too much TIME or never enough. Whether it's reflecting on the past, looking to the future or exploring the here and now, Johnson County Library is investing in TIME this spring featuring ceramics by Dick Daniels, painting by Nicole Emanuel, photographs by Ken Thompson and 100 Years of Dress from the De De DeVille Collection.
Exhibition features works by National Arts Honor Society members from Shawnee Mission East High School and is made possible through a partnership with InterUrban ArtHouse, located in downtown Overland Park, Kansas.
Studio 7 features the textile and mixed media works by regional artists: Barbara Brackman, Georgann Eglinski, Linda Frost, Carol Gilham-Jones, Elnora Nokes and Deb Rowden. This exhibition was made possible through a partnership InterUrban ArtHouselocated in downtown Overland Park, Kansas.
Rowdy Rounders is a group comprised of six members of Starlight Quilters Guild. They enjoy what are called “Round Robin” quilts. At the beginning of each year they choose a theme for a new Round Robin project. Each member makes a center – or central theme – block.