Published January 28th, 2015
Photos Capture a "Day in the Life"... On the shortest day of the year
"Stargazer: Astronomer David DeBoer" by Carol Reif Photos provided
The Public Art Committee held a reception on Jan. 26 to celebrate the abundant creativity of local photographers with their neighbors, family and friends at the official unveiling of works submitted to the Winter Solstice "A Day in the Life" photo contest. This is the contest's second event. The first "Day in the Life" was held in the summer during the longest day of the year.
All the photos, including the five chosen for a juror's award and one that received special recognition will be displayed in the Community Hall of the Lafayette Library and Learning Center for the next few months. The Public Art Committee had a difficult time choosing, since all the entries were remarkable, said Juliet Hansen, City of Lafayette Public Art Committee.
Juror's Awards go to: Kim Crossley Overaa for "Love at the Community Garden," James Meehan for "The River," Laurel Palmer for "Eye on the Sky," Carol Reif for "Stargazer: Astronomer David DeBoer," and Stu Selland for "Gateway."
Special Recognition went to April Logan for her untitled photograph. The Community Hall is open most Monday evenings for civic meetings and at other times for special events, check for specific hours with the library (925) 385-2280. C. Tyson
"Gateway" by Stu Selland

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