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Orange County Library System features exhibitions from local, national and international artists.  As a cooperative effort, this enables the Library to share the enjoyment of art and informative exhibits with the public, provide exposure to local artists/artisans and enhance Library facilities.

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Untitled (Walk) by Elizabeth Allen-CannonThe Art of Elizabeth Allen-Cannon

October 1, 2018 - November 30, 2018

Elizabeth Allen-Cannon is an artist working primarily in painting and collage. She has participated in residencies at the Charlotte Street Foundation (Kansas City, Missouri) and Ox-bow (Saugatuck, Michigan). Her work has been exhibited in New American Paintings, Nationale (Portland, OR), Roots and Culture Contemporary Art Center (Chicago, IL), and Carthage College (Kenosha, WI). In 2015, her artist book Native Tongues was acquired by the Artist Book Library at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Most recently, she completed a Post-MFA Teaching Fellowship at the University of Chicago.


The Art of Stan Madray

October 1, 2018 - November 30, 2018

Stan Madray is an Orlando based self-taught artist specializing in abstract expressionism through acrylics, oils, mixed media and other elements. His passion lies in the spontaneity of abstracts, its limitless possibilities and myriad of ways in which each of his works can be created and interpreted. Stan believes that the viewer of the art is just as important as the artist and the medium. “Within all of my work there are two pieces of connected tissue; my artistic eye and the eye of the active participant viewing my work. Everything else is the randomness of the universe and the randomness of how my brain and the receiver’s brain work in tandem to perceive something unique.” 


Life is 3DLife is 3D

November 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

Photographer Jim McManus has been perfecting the art of 3D photography for nearly 25 years, using home-built camera rigs to capture scenes of life all around us. In Life is 3D, visitors can explore a selection of Jim's  work which is printed on archival materials, and enjoyed with traditional red/blue 3D glasses. 

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