An Exhibit of original art and photography at the
Stryker Center Art Space
Kathy Hornsby's "Floral Disarrangement" images use water to magnify color, distort shapes, and fracture light. The result is a kaleidoscopic transformation of vibrant florals in unexpected settings. See more of Kathy's photography
Connie Desaulniers' color-saturated art is often fantastical and animated, whether a piece of fruit or a 3-D painting where objects literally come out of the canvas.
See more of Connie's art. .
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Our COLORS exhibit at the Stryker Center Art Space is one of hundreds of cultural events the Williamsburg Regional Library hosts yearly for the Williamsburg community and our visitors. Find more information on WRL events here.
Proceeds from COLORS support the Library's future events at the Stryker Center Art Space. The Library and the Stryker Center are linked by City Square, an inviting park on North Boundary Street in downtown Williamsburg. We hope you will visit us!
Kathy Hornsby and Connie Desaulniers