Art After Work

Raimonds Staprans and Color Theory

July 11, 2017
5:15 PM


Held at the Sacramento Public Library, Central Branch, 828 I Street, Sacramento

Join Crocker Adult Education Coordinator Erin Dorn and Library staff Jamie Paiva for a talk on California painter Raimonds Staprans - known for his gorgeous color work and rich layering of paint - followed by an art activity on color theory inspired by Staprans’ paintings. This program is presented by the Sacramento Public Library. "Art after Work" programs are free and open to the public and take place the second Tuesday of every month. Select programs are presented with a guest speaker from the Crocker. For more information, contact the Library at (916) 264-2920 or contact@saclibrary.org.

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Free for Everyone

Caption:

Raimonds Staprans, Still Life with One-Gallon Cans, 1988. Oil on canvas. 42 x 45 3/4 in. Collection of Mort and Marcy Friedman.

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