Traveling artists' works on display in Livermore

Exhibit featuring Tri-Valley artists runs until Dec. 30

The Tri-Valley Traveling Artists Exhibit on display at the Livermore Civic Center Library Gallery through Dec. 30 includes Charlotte Severin's watercolors of Happy Isles Bridge in Yosemite and Noyo Harbor near Fort Bragg; Helene Roylance's painting of the Mendocino headlands; and photography by Justin Trent.

Other artists displaying their paintings, photographs and jewelry created from travels to California sites are Bonnie Bartlett, Steve Barkkarie, Kathleen Elm, June Ferreri, Carole Hilton, Helene Hallett, Mary Jane Hassman, Robyn Leimer, Dorothy Maestas, Beverly Patterson, Carolyn Ramsey and Lorraine Wells.

The public is invited to a free reception from 2-4 p.m. Saturday. The gallery is located at 1188 S. Livermore Ave. For more information, call the library at 373-5500.


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