Jenny Baham, born in Taiwan, celebrates her new US citizenship with landscape paintings of the national parks and preserves. This exhibit represents a portion of the artist’s ongoing project in which she plans to create paintings of every US national park. This art exhibit is on display at Sahara West Library from January 14 – March 29, 2020.
This photography exhibition features “photographs from a life in Nevada” created by transient resident, educator, and photographer Fred Sigman. This new gallery exhibit is on display at Sahara West Library from January 10 – March 21, 2020.
Vija Hamilton's realistic and abstract art inspired by elements of our environment and the artist’s imagination. Working in watercolors, acrylic, collage, and mixed media, the artist makes social commentary through visual expression. On display at Laughlin Library February 2 – April 18, 2020.
The Suchness of Light by Yasmina Chavez is a presentation of abstract images that are self-referential and non-representational, otherwise known as concrete photography. On display at East Las Vegas Library February 11 – April 21, 2020.
Mark Martin moved to Las Vegas from Detroit, Michigan in 1975, and fell in love with the mountains and desert. At his new exhibit at Enterprise Library, you can view the paintings, drawings, and jewelry he creates reflect his love of nature; often depicting landscapes in his 2D work, and playing off natural stone patterns in his silversmithing.
This new art exhibit features original and one-of-a-kind handmade pieces of polymer clay art created by the members of the Las Vegas Polymer Clay Guild.
This exhibition at Clark County Library running January 23 – March 17, 2020 features photographs selected from over 1,200 submitted entries to the Seventh Annual Desert Companion Focus on Nevada Photo Contest. The photos, submitted by both amateur and professional photographers, represent the spirit of Nevada through images of desert landscape and wildlife, signature Las Vegas architecture, and the people who live and work here.
This new exhibit at Centennial Hills Library is a collection of watercolor paintings featuring vintage Las Vegas signage from the Neon Museum Boneyard. Doug Waterfield, artist and the University of Nebraska at Kearney Professor of Art, sees the retired, faded, and rusting casino signs as reminders that life (and its pleasures) are temporal.