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Limelight on Local Artists: Meet & Greet Artist Reception Featuring Reina Wooden & Tracy Vannoy In-Person

July – September Exhibition

In partnership with the Lower Paxton Township Arts Council, we invite you to The Library to meet Reina Wooden and Tracy Vannoy, two local artists whose work will be on display and in the limelight this spring! Light refreshments will be served, as well as wine for people ages 21+ years.

2 hours. For all ages. Registration is not required. Art work on display is available for purchase. Sales will occur between the seller and buyer. Ask library staff for more details. 

About the Artist: Reina Wooden

Born in Harrisburg, PA in 1976, Reina E. Wooden, known as “Reina 76 Artist|R76” is an Abstract Expressionist and graduate of Howard University, Hospitality Management in Washington, DC. |R76| is an “Outsider” Artist who wants her art to heal those suffering from domestic violence and depression. The connection to childhood and its effects on the inner artist within is the Artist’s intention. “Conceptual Art leads me towards imagination. It empowers me to explore art with bold, drastic colors, thick layers, and jagged strokes on canvas, cardboard, and fabric. This is a modern approach towards historical and traumatic events and the individuals who influence it.” |R76| artwork has been exhibited in the Atrium of WITF Broadcasting and Media Company, the Art Association of Harrisburg, BLAQK House of Pittsburgh and in private collections in New York, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, France and the US Embassy of Moldova. Contact information- Email: Reina76artist@gmail.com, Phone: 717-525-2405, IG: @Reina76Artist

About the Artist: Tracy Vannoy

Tracy Vannoy, a Navy veteran turned Nuclear Chemistry Manager for four decades, found solace in the ancient craft of blacksmithing upon retirement. Volunteering in an 1880’s blacksmith shop sparked a passion for transforming discarded materials into unique works of art. Tracy scours scrapyards for rusty relics, breathing new life into them in the forge, shaping them with hand tools and a welder. Each creation, marked with a Celtic rune for “Joy,” bears testament to Tracy’s craftsmanship and the resilience of repurposed materials. Tracy hopes these pieces bring joy to others, mirroring the joy found in their creation.

 

Date:
Saturday, July 20, 2024
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Main Library
Campus:
East Shore Area Library
Audience:
  All Ages  
Categories:
  Arts & Culture  

For any questions, please contact eventscoordinator@dcls.org
 

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