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.

Highlands Ranch

Tim Tsukamoto

Tim has loved being outdoors as long as he can remember. He took an interest in photography as a teenager and carries his camera and lenses with him as often as he can. He currently resides in Reno, Nevada and is a professional sports photographer. His exhibit will be on display throughout May.
Tim Tsukamoto

Lone Tree

Iko Prochal

Iko was born in Japan and grew up in a small town surrounded by mountains, rivers, and wildflowers. She became interested in watercolors as a child, and once she moved to America, was exposed to a variety of styles living in New York and California. She settled in Denver in 1982, trained at the Colorado Art Institute, explored mediums ranging from acrylics and oils to pastels, and eventually returned to watercolors. Her exhibit is on display throughout June and July.
Iko Prochal

Roxborough

David Parks

David has been taking photographs for over 35 years. He has had exhibitions at The Betts House in Cincinnati, Ohio, and The Carnegie Arts Center in Covington, Kentucky, and participated in juried shows at the Spark Gallery in Denver and Littleton Museum Gallery in Littleton. Between 1977 and 1983, he took thousands of pictures roaming the streets and alleys of Denver. The negatives for these were stored for 30 years before being printed in 2013. This is the second time these images have been shown. His work will be on exhibit in May and June.
Dave Parks