Stolen, then found: Jim Bass’s sculpture “Forgiven Man” is a bronze at First Congregational Church that speaks of hope and redemption.
Give a discarded book a new life by transforming it into a work of art. Anyone is welcome to bring an altered book to the Gallery before 9pm on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. The books will be on display in the library from Nov. 6, 2012 – Jan. 2, 2013.
Seams: Like Van Gogh is a community art project that brought people together to experience the art of giving as well as the art of making.
To each artist a sketchbook is a way of capturing ideas – there are no rules. What do you capture in your sketchbooks?
Members of the Kansas Artist Craftsmen Association will showcase the latest in contemporary work in clay, fiber, metal and mixed media at the Alice C. Sabatini Art Gallery Oct. 5 through Nov. 2. The highest caliber of craftsmanship and artistic expression can be seen in this exhibit. Judge for yourself. Come in and help select […]
“My job is to tell stories with yarn.” Artist Sarah Swett weaves words from an unfinished novel into her tapestries. The tale is revealed in a series she calls Slow Literature.
Show us your favorite stuff! We’ll show it to everyone!
We all keep mementos to remind us of a special event, time or person. Our memories make stories. Our stories about these items create meaning and value.
Dave Perkins has been with the Library for over ten years. Not only is he our wonderful mechanic, he is an accomplished woodworker as well. His talents are used whenever possible at the Library, but I wanted to see what he makes in his spare time and find out what drives him to create.
One book may answer questions but it also inspires more questions and
leads to the next story.
With the help of various how-to books in the library’s collection (and my determination to keep trying), I present to you… my simple step-by-step photo essay: Zan and the three paged tunnel book.
Nothing can replace hands-on, on-the-job training, but fortifying yourself with the information this book offers is, if anything, a major confidence builder, especially if you’re like me and hate being embarassed by what you don’t know when it really matters.