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Unconventional artwork at the Largo Library


The Largo Public Library is currently crawling with the latest unconventional artwork. The unique designs created by Lisa Manners, a student at SPC Seminole Campus, are filling the art gallery with spark until June 30th, 2012.  Secrets lie within the original wooden frames that were hand built by Lisa Manners. Unless every piece of the image is taken in, the best part is easily overlooked. However,  a second glance reveals the personality that lies within.

"Deserted" by Lisa Manners

A personal favorite piece entitled “Boardwalk” is like taking in a deep breath of fresh air as you step back and view it. The Drawing itself is a state of tranquility. The frame is built out of branches that look as if mist is ready to drip off of them. Don’t take my word for it, see for yourself in the Largo Library Art Gallery this week!


"Boardwalk" by Lisa Manners



Much of the artwork is for sale and the income earned will be put towards the grand opening of the Manners Housing Foundation Inc., which can be found on Facebook. The Manners Housing Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization founded by Lisa Manners, with the sole purpose of housing individual homeless SPC students who are in good standing with the college for a consecutive six semesters.


The Largo Library is located at 120 Central Park Drive  Largo, FL 33771 off of East Bay Drive. Be one of the first to see what is hidden within.


Written by Alicia Middleton /  SPC Gibbs Campus Student

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