This exhibition features photographs selected for the Annual Desert Companion Focus on Nevada Photo Contest. See this exhibit at Clark County Library from May 27-August 1, 2021.
This series of mixed media drawings explores the conflict and internal struggles that derive from cultural influences such as social constructs. See this exhibit at Enterprise Library from May 20-July 18, 2021.
Retired Art Teachers is a group of former art teachers from the Clark County School District who saw each other infrequently during their careers. See this exhibit at Summerlin Library from May 18-July 25, 2021.
The NTI-Traveling Exhibition, Still Here Now, features nine artists who are recipients of the Nevada Arts Council’s Artist Fellowship program. See this exhibit at Enterprise Library form March 24-May 17, 2021.
A collection of watercolor paintings depicting vintage Las Vegas signage from the Neon Museum Boneyard by artist Doug Waterfield. See this exhibit at West Charleston Library from May 6-July 13, 2021.
Hamilton creates realistic and abstract art in her unique style, drawing ideas from elements of our environment and her imagination. See this exhibit at Spring Valley Library, April 27-July 11, 2021.
Pinewood Vortex is a collaboration between Kristin Hough and Faith Sponsler, two artists with individual practices that came together to create an earthwork. See this exhibit at Windmill Library from April 22-July 6, 2021.
College of Southern Nevada professor and artist Sean Russell displays photo-transfers of flowers in playful reference to the word "folly." See this exhibit at East Las Vegas Library from April 20-June 29, 2021.
Spring Has Sprung is a celebration of spring and everything spring represents: flowers, rebirth, and love. These pieces are created using hand-cut stained glass. See this exhibit at Whitney Library from April 15-June 22, 2021.