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Lynnwood Library Gallery Presents Young Artist Emelia Feldman

On Display through May 28

The Lynnwood Arts Commission presents youth mixed media artist, Emelia Feldman. Ms. Feldman lives in Everett and at just 11 years old has considered herself an artist since she was old enough to hold a paint brush. Emelia feels that she can always express her feelings in her art and lets her painting take her away to anywhere she dreams of being. Ms. Feldman can paint anywhere, anytime and she never leaves home without her sketchpad. Already competing in school and state fair art exhibitions, she engages in sketching, clay, paint and all art mediums that she can get her hands on. Her already impressive collection of 25 pieces of her art are on display at the Lynnwood Library Gallery through May 28th.  The Lynnwood Arts Commission encourages artists of any age to apply to exhibit their work.  Applications to Exhibit for 2016 are available at www.lynnwoodarts.org.

Emelia Feldman Moonlight Swan
Contributed Photo: Moonlight Swan, Emelia Feldman

Free to the public, the Lynnwood Library Gallery showcases local and regional artists on both the amateur and professional level. Beginning May 3, the Library is open Monday - Thursday from 9am - 9pm, Friday - Sunday from 10am - 6pm and is closed on national holidays. The Gallery is exhibited in the multi-purpose room; call ahead for viewing availability.  

Lynnwood Library
19200 44th Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036
(425) 778-2148

For more information about Lynnwood Library Gallery exhibits, contact Arts Commissioner Kay Wood at lynnwoodarts@gmail.com.