CARSON CITY ARTIST CYNTHIA BRENNEMAN on display at Legislative Buildingfmorrownevadaculture
Carson City artist Cynthia Brenneman’s fascination with art started at a young age and has never wavered, even as she served her country in the U.S. Navy.
“My mother loved to sew,” Brenneman said. “One of my earliest memories was standing in my crib, holding an afghan of many colors that my mother had made. I don’t sew like my mother, but I love fabric. Fabrics creep into my paintings.”
This month, Brenneman’s exhibit, “The Fabric of Life,” will open the Nevada Arts Council’s Legislative eXhibition Series (LXS) inside the Nevada Legislative Building, and will be on displayed through Feb. 4-22. Read more
Managed by Nevada Arts Council’s Artist Services Program, the Legislative eXhibition Series (LXS) Gallery space is located on the first floor across from the Caucus Deli in the Legislative Building, 401 South Carson Street, Carson City. Since 1985, LXS has displayed artwork by 140 Nevada’s visual artists during the biennial legislative session.
Throughout the 2019 Legislative session, the works of six Nevada artists will be featured in LXS. The exhibition artists were recommended by a committee that include: Mark Salinas, Arts & Culture Coordinator, Municipality of Carson City and Board Member, Nevada Arts Council; Jerry Schefcik, Director and Curator, Donna Beam Fine Art (UNLV Galleries, Las Vegas), and Board Member, Nevada Arts Council; Ryrie Valdez, former gallery owner of Ryrie’s Art & Home in Reno, and Board Member, Nevada Arts Council; and Roger Wilkerson, Chief of the Administrative Division, Legislative Counsel Bureau, Carson City. LXS Schedule