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Opening Reception

April 2
1:00 – 4:00 pm

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Courtesy Photo: An abstract painting called Desert Spring, by Abby Salsbury.

Possibilities from Afar at Questa Public Library


The newly renovated Questa Public Library is proud to display some of New Mexico’s favorite artists in a Spring show entitled Possibilities from Afar! Join us to look at the artworks that capture unique feelings and emotions, and join the opening reception on April 2 from 1 – 4 pm. The show will be up through the end of June.


This show will feature works by professional artists from Taos to Santa Fe and as far south as Albuquerque. Their work ranges from complete abstraction to realistic representation and presents a variety of media.


The 2-D artists are: Ricky Pass, Abby Salsbury, Alice Webb, Merrimon Kennedy, Risa Taylor, and Paul Murray. The show will also feature 3-D work by artists: Taos ceramic artist Sarah Newberry and book artist Gail Murray.


While you’re at the library, make sure to check out the textile display by local quilters and other fiber artists.


Be Part of the Questa Library’s Permanent Collection!


Are you a local artist who would like your artwork to hang in the library as part of their new permanent collection? Now’s your chance. The library is looking for quality, medium-sized, framed artwork. The artwork size can range between 16” x 20” up to 30” x 30.” The Library Advisory Board will be looking at all submissions in May. If you are interested in submitting a piece, please take a good photo of your artwork and send it to library@villageofquesta.org or pegtrigg@gmail.com. Please include your name, contact information, artwork title, medium, and size. The Library Advisory has limited space, so get your submission in soon!