New art show comes to Bainbridge Public Library in April

  • Thursday, April 4, 2019 9:19am
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The Bainbridge Public Library will host an exhibit in April by artist Cynthia Lait.

An opening reception for the art show, titled “A Celebration of Ocean, Earth and Sky,” will be held during the First Friday Art Walk from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, April 5.

Lait describes her work: “In my wave work, I share the joy and energy of being in the water, feeling supported and carried by the waves. Like the water, the skies are always changing, so expansive and another way to connect with something larger than myself. It’s easy to be drawn into the night sky, getting pulled into the vastness of the universe.

“In the Galaxy series, I connect with this sense of endlessness and the movement of the earth as we travel through the universe.

“In both series, I paint Japanese papers with brilliant colors, slice them up to and reassemble them to create dynamic and vibrant compositions. They’re a celebration of the moment, a reminder to connect with joy and wonder.”

Lait’s artwork will be on display through April during regular library hours and on the library website,

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