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ArtworkThis artwork, "And So We Go," is part of an exhibit by Robin Case opening April 15 at the Main Kansas City, Kan., Public Library.
The Kansas City, Kan., Public Library will serve as host to an exhibit of new paintings by local artist Robin Case from April 15 to June 10.
The exhibit titled “From a Bird’s Eye View: Musings on Being” will be on display in the café at the Main Branch Library: 625 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
Sometimes whimsical, sometimes serious, Case says of her work: “As I begin to understand the connections that link my childhood to my adult spiritual beliefs, I am developing a language of symbols - birds, fish, trees, snakes, frogs, eggs, rivers; all of the elements that many of us relate to when we think of being at one with nature.”
A reception honoring Case and the exhibit will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 9, at the Main Branch Library, 625 Minnesota. The event is free and open to the public.
A longtime resident of New Orleans, Robin Case relocated to Kansas City after Hurricane Katrina. Last year, she won a commission from the Kansas City, Kan., Public Library to create a mural for the new South Branch Library. Her mural, “Reading Can Take You Anywhere,” is displayed in the main entry at South.