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Emerging artist’s work includes eerie iguanas

The Northwest Reno Library Gallery will display the ceramics and bronze sculptural work of Christine Lan through Jan. 21 at the gallery, 2325 Robb Drive in Reno.

As an emerging artist, Lan is enjoying the curiosities of the unknown, to which she admits she has a mild addiction.

The artist works in two distinct styles of ceramics and bronze sculptures.

Her animals range from whimsical rabbits to life-size eerie iguanas.

According to the artist “the dogs and bunnies are not deliberative, but lightheartedly simple.” Drawn from a treasure trove of childhood memories, she creates them because they infuse her with hope and the dare to dream.

In partnership with Somersett, the Friends of the Washoe County Library, The Nevada Arts Council and The National Endowment for the Arts, Sierra Arts helps manage and promote this innovative gallery and its showings.

For more information, call the South Valleys Library at (775) 851-5190 or visit http://www.sierra-arts.org.

– Provided to the Tribune

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