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Local artist paintings on display at Parma Public Library
The Parma Public Library is proud to welcome Rachel Cordaro to the Library’s Gallery for its sixty-seventh exhibit featuring the work of area artists.
The flowers in Rachel’s paintings are not shy. Her bold, free, highly decorative florals speak to a strong design concept that may well see a stem or two taking a right or left turn on its own to become a new design element. Her colors relate wonderfully to one another and the vessels and vases that she paints and the flowers they carry send out a strong message that they are all happy to be alive on Rachel’s canvases.
Rachel grew up in Rochester with parents who inspired and encouraged her to experiment in multiple genres. Today, Rachel is a full-time professional painter and textile artist. Her floral paintings have gained widespread notoriety throughout the Rochester area and have expanded their reach to include several regional high end boutiques, florist shops and fine art galleries. Her works can now be found in Maine and on Martha’s Vineyard. Her show at the Library’s Gallery will be on display through the month of April.
For more information or to inquire about having an art show in the Library’s Gallery, call Rosalind Lipomi, Adult Services Librarian, at the Parma Public Library at 392-8350 or visit www.parmapubliclibrary.org.