Original artwork by artist Sara Galbach will be on exhibit in the Community Room at the Fort Smith Public Library, 3201 Rogers Ave., throughout the month of December. Galbach, a Fort Smith native, gained commercial art experience with pencils and colored pencils during high school, then moved on to acrylic and mixed media during her college years. Today, her oil paints and photography are colliding in what she calls photo-enchantment. She photographs her oil paintings and creates an entirely new piece of art from the image on a computer.

"The Unstill Life: Paintings by Lisa Jan-Bohne’ Clay" also will be on display during December at Dewey's Cafe, inside the Fort Smith Public Library, 3201 Rogers Ave. Clay brings still lifes to life with her vibrant brush strokes, bold use of color and bold perspective, creating a dramatic effect that is most engaging. Some additional modern impressionist landscapes also will be included in the exhibit.

Finally, the photography of Dr. Kerrie Taber will be featured in December at the Miller Branch Library, 8701 S. 28 St. A recent transplant to the Fort Smith area, Taber is from Austin, Texas. Her images capture the sunrises and sunsets over the lakes and hills of the Austin area, as well as capturing wildflowers and vistas.

Visit www.fortsmithlibrary.org for information.