The central panel of Columbo’s three-panel work entitled “Oscillation,” will be on display through November and if sold, proceeds will go to support the Library’s art programs for kids, which is near and dear to the heart of artist Rich Columbo.

Local artist Rich Columbo has exhibited at the Carnegie Library’s Art Wall five times now, and his was the inaugural exhibit when the Library installed the hanging system for its Art Wall some years ago.

All through his career, in San Diego and now in Trinidad, Rich Columbo has taken an active interest in promoting art instruction for children. For example, Rich built the Kids Creation Station for the 2014 ArtoCade Festival.

For his latest exhibit, he has two works on display: a large, three-panel series entitled “Oscillation,” and another large, untitled canvas. Both works are available for sale, and the exhibit will be on display for the remainder of November.

This time, though, there is a greater incentive for a collector to make a purchase. Rich has promised to donate any proceeds to support art programs for kids at the Library. If you do purchase, it will be considered a tax-deductible donation to the Library.

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