The Stalder Gallery inside the Falls City Library and Arts Center will start off the 2016 Gallery season with an exhibit titled “Compositions in Watercolor,” which will open at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, with a light reception and remarks at 7 by curator Christina Wertenberger.
“Compositions in Watercolor” will showcase the watercolor paintings that are part the Library and Community Foundation of Richardson County Collection. Recent additions to the collection donated by Butch and Dobey Haws will also be on display. These new additions to the collection were purchased over the years by art enthusiast and supporter Mrs. Harriet Falter.
Many of the pieces are done by local artist such as Luella Weddel and Gertrude Sperry.
The exhibit will run through Feb. 11 and is open to the public during library hours Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., closed Friday, and then open again from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday.
The exhibit is supported by the Richardson County Arts and Humanities Council and any questions can be directed to Wertenberger at 402-245-6034.
- DOROTHY J. EICKHOFF
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