For the month of December we are showing work Judy Bush has created from paper pulp made out of recycled colored papers. For most of the pieces, the paper is the painting. A few have printed images (linocuts) on the handmade paper.
Enjoy this fun video of the Halloween festivities at this week’s Wednesday Playgroup. Thank you to MMCTV for capturing the cuteness.
Halloween Party & Parade
Monday, November 4
7:00 pm, Library Community Room
Richmond resident Rebecca Starks is a writer, editor, and teacher. Her first book of poetry, Time Is Always Now, was released this fall. Please join us for a poetry reading, light refreshments, and book signing.
From the publisher: Rebecca Starks’s Time Is Always Now unfolds against a backdrop of nature, often permeated in unexpected ways with the human dynamics of family, neighborhood, and nation. Her poems convey the urgency within moments of transformation–whether seasonal, as in wilderness and garden; physical, as in the trajectory of youth, aging, and death; or political, as in the challenges of misgovernance and the environmental exigencies of our time. This finalist for the Able Muse Book Award is a finely wrought, thought-provoking collection.