The Alameda County Law Library is thrilled to announce the launching of ongoing art exhibits at the Hayward Branch As many already know, the downtown branch has hosted exhibits from and celebrating artists in Oakland. Librarians at the Hayward Branch joined with the Hayward Arts Council to put together an exhibit on the walls of the library. The artist chosen for this is Frost Newton, a heavily experienced commercial and fine artist based in Hayward, California. Mr. Newton has exhibited at various galleries in San Francisco and other locations around the Bay Area. Most recently he contributed to Hayward Area Historical Society’s “Dia de los Meurtos.”
Newton says with regard to his work, “However my aim is not to tell a story, but to create a launching point for the viewer to interpret the paintings for themselves. Creating enigma is a big part of what I do.”
Come down to 224 W. Winton Avenue in Hayward to truly see what he means. The library is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Newton’s work will be on display until February 3, 2014.