Re-Imagined Art - Exhibition at the Redmond Library
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Date Posted: 6/19/2014
A Solo Exhibition by Linda Barker
The Friends of the Redmond Branch Library Art Committee, is pleased to present Linda Barker as the Featured Artist in our Silent Reading Room for June and July 2014.
Well-known local artist, Linda Barker is an eclectic, mostly self-taught, artist who enjoys working in a variety of media. Her recent focus is creating jewelry and mixed media pieces using scrap metal and other repurposed materials. Barker’s art reflects her value for protecting the environment through creating art from resources that others have tossed out. Most of her art supplies come from thrift stores, garage sales and scrapyards. Occasionally a street find will be incorporated into a piece.
Barker has shown in galleries throughout Oregon and has participated in many local shows and exhibitions.
” is available for viewing in the Silent Reading Room in the Redmond library located at 827 SW Deschutes Ave., Redmond, OR 97756. Library hours are Monday – Friday: 10 – 6 PM, Tuesday: 10 – 8 PM and Saturday: 10 – 5 PM.
Artwork in the library will be for sale with a portion going to support the Friends of the Redmond Branch Library, which sponsors art exhibitions in the library.
For additional information or images, contact Shandel Gamer 541-526-5073 or email@example.com