New Art Exhibit at the Ashe County Public Library
Currently showing in the library’s upstairs’ gallery are paintings by Joy Braverman.
Joy is a spiritual person as reflected in her personal philosophy and her paintings that often are light and airy and influenced by oriental painting – particularly Japanese and Chinese-as well as musical. Other paintings reflect her interest in animals, wildlife and natural habitat. She expresses her interest in humanity, more specifically people, in her writings and self-description. Come by the library, view her paintings and enjoy. Braverman’s work that is on display until the second week in August. There will be a reception on Friday, July 10, 2015 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Afterwards you can join the “West Jefferson Art Crawl” in downtown West Jefferson.