San Carlos
Friends of the Library

San Carlos Library
7265 Jackson Dr
San Diego, CA 92119

Art Shows Category

LIBRARY CLOSURE: March 9-April 2

closed The San Carlos Branch Library will be CLOSED from March 9 through April 2. We are planning to REOPEN on Friday, April 3.   Many of you may have noticed recent changes in the vestibule of the library by the rest rooms.  Even more changes are coming to make our library more accessible to our disabled community members. The long awaited ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) remodel to our restrooms, drinking fountains, door access, counters and a new 24 hour book... Continue Reading >

Artist Schedule

Dec, 2012, Barb Stewart, 2 Each month, the San Carlos Friends of the Library sponsors artists to show their works in the San Carlos Branch Library's Winer Family Community Room and Art Gallery. The art takes many forms and is not limited to watercolor, oils or photography.  Admission is FREE to all Art shows and Receptions. Many of the artists will have an artist's reception on the 3rd Saturday of the month where you can meet the artist(s) and discuss their work.  Light refreshments are served. Please stop by anytime the library... Continue Reading >

FEBRUARY 10-MARCH 5: Barbara Stewart

Barbara Stewart Our own SCFOL Art Coordinator, Barbara Stewart, will be our featured artist from February 10 thru March 5. Her Artist Reception will be held in the Community Room of the San Carlos Branch Library on Saturday, February 21, from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. Barbara grew up in Denver, Colorado, and majored in Education with a minor in Fine Arts. It has only been since her retirement from teaching that she has been able to expand her interest in Art by experimenting... Continue Reading >

APRIL 7-30: Teresa Rutledge & Pam Nowlan

Pam Nowlan, April, 2015, Joe Cecala - OIL   Teresa Rutledge and Pam Nowlan are our featured artists for April. Come and meet these talented ladies at their April 18, Artist Reception, to be held in the Winer Family Community Room & Art gallery from 12:00-2:00, at the San Carlos Branch Library.     Teresa Rutledge began painting after she retired from AT&T. As frequent travelers, she and her husband stay on the lookout for inspiring landscapes. “I especially like the southwest with its vibrant color palette and amazing scenery.” Teresa... Continue Reading >