Community Art on Display

Douglas County Libraries supports the arts by featuring stunning public art and donating display space at select branches for local artists.

Castle Rock

Steven Toscano

Steven Toscano

Old West meets New West

Energy, mystery and colorful images of cowboys, horses, cattle and the rich heritage of the American West come together with works by Steven Toscano. On display through August 6.

Highlands Ranch

Patricia Nash

Patricia Nash

Judy Purcell

Judy Purcell

In Living Color is on exhibit through July, featuring the art of Patricia Nash and Judy Purcell. Patricia finds inspiration in her travels and the beauty of natural spaces. She is drawn to parks where landscapes, plants, animals and cultural artifacts are preserved. Judy is inspired by the exquisite colors and forms of the earth. Many flowers depicted in this show are based on those in her own garden. Her landscape art currently portrays scenes in Colorado.

Parker

Kelly Bessette

Kelly Bessette

Kelly has been passionate about photography since elementary school, when her uncle first handed her a 35mm camera. Ever since, she’s focused on capturing life’s precious moments. While landscape photography has her heart, she’s also discovered an enjoyment of portrait photography. Kelly’s photography is on display through August 3.