Art Galleries


Mona Das Adhikary

Southglenn Library

Mona's art reflects the color of ancient India. With her beautiful arrangement of color combinations and fine touches, she is truly able to bring Ancient Indian art the justice it deserves. Her color purity and graceful curves enhance the beautiful Madhubani, Santala, Warli, and Gonda painting styles.

Don Lewis

Elose May Library

Artist Statement:
I’ve been taking photos off and on since I was old enough to hold a Kodak Brownie (a long time). In 2004 I bought my first digital camera and it rejuvenated my interest.  

I enjoy taking photos of landscapes, flowers and wildlife. National Parks of the Western U.S. are my favorite places to go. My favorite photos have lots of vivid colors. It’s fun to be able to share them with others. 

Denis Frolov

Smoky Hill Library

Artist Statement:
The artist explores the infinite complexity of things found in nature. Just as mandalas, these photographs provide a visual anchor for a brief moment of contemplation at every glance. Printed on metal, these images retain their breathtaking depth and detail, and are also durable and easy to care for.

Dick Gallagher

Koelbel Library

Dick Gallagher was taught the inked technique you see by his daughter, Katie. Since his retirement he has painted close to 100 paintings of classic cars and trucks. Check out his Etsy shop for more images.