Art After Hours brings 17 artists to Fort Thomas

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Campbell County Public Library’s annual Art After Hours is back with 17 regional artists, who will be on hand to discuss their work, which varies in medium from woodwork to painting and pottery.

The event will occur at the Carrico/Fort Thomas library branch at 1000 Highland Ave. Friday, July 29, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Select items will be available for purchase.

Guests can also enjoy live tunes from Cincinnati-based blues musician Ricky Nye, fried goodies from Latonia’s Moonrise Doughnuts, and floral arrangements from Fort Thomas Florist & Greenhouses.

One artist attending the event is Anna Afshar, who said she loves having conversations about her work with customers.

“Every time I paint something, I always have a conversation, a story,” Afshar said. “In creating every painting, there is a story.”

Presented artists include Shamon Davidson, Everage King, Deb Marvin, Anna Afshar, Bill Dirkes, Rae Mack, Bruce Crippen, Virginia Martinez, Timothy Lancaster, Dave Klocke, Dr. Jerry Warner, Renee Harris, Heloise Bessé, Tina Tepe, Billy Tacket, Allyson Burke Coffren and Kori Deller.

Example of the art.
Example of the art.
Example of the art.

Visit the Campbell County Public Library site for examples of the artists’ work or pick up a brochure at any of the library’s branches.

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