The walls of Lithgow Library will be full of colour throughout October with the exciting artworks of Lithgow artist Amanda Young.
Amanda’s work is a result of her personal observation:
“The interior space that we create in our houses reflects our inner desire and ideas of self. Interior space however is always changing, depending on the light entering it.
When I started to look at the light and space created in my home by walls, I realised they were in a constant state of change, which is caused by the quality of light entering. This is what I have attempted to reproduce in my works. The notion that nothing is constant or one colour. This is, however, not a new idea. The Impressionists were discovering that light is always in flux”.
The exhibition will be available for viewing during Lithgow Library’s regular opening hours of 9.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday and 9.00am to 12.00pm Saturday mornings. For more information on this event and other library events head to the Lithgow Library webpage at library.lithgow.com or follow Lithgow City Council Libraries on Facebook.
Local artists are invited to exhibit their works in the Lithgow Library free of charge. To make an exhibition booking contact the library on 6352 9100 or drop into the library and speak to a staff member.