SANTA CRUZ — Several works of art by Santa Cruz County workers are now on display through the end of September on the first floor of the Santa Cruz County Building.

Program coordinator Kathy DeWild was busy Tuesday morning hanging the exhibit that included paintings, drawings, photographs, and glass and metal works.

“I’ve been doing this for about 30 years,” said DeWild, who has been with the county since 1985. “There’s always something new. I think there is a lot of talent here. It’s fun to be a part of this show.”

The exhibit stretches out along two hallways of the first floor, where people visiting the building can view the artwork.

DeWild said the group has chosen to bypass an artist’s reception.


This acrylic on canvas painting, “Sun & Moon Twins,” is by Imelda Jimenez who works in Behavioral Health.


This blown glass work, titled “Pretty in Pink,” is by Kristine Conley of Public Works.

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