Loveland Art in Public Places has revealed the artists selected for The Art Advocacy Project, TAAP 2D.

The seven artists and their pieces are:

“Snowbirds” by Sharon Anhorn

“Winter Mountains” by Gloria Campbell

“Peking Opera — Mei Lanfang Portrait” by Stephanie Coffin

“Ribbons & Lace” by Melinda Laz

“Ceiling of La Sagrada Familia” by James Lynxwiler

“G” by Steven Caulfield

“Sunrise, Mesa Arch” by Gordon Middleton

Pieces featured in the TAAP 2D exhibit will be on display in the Loveland Public Library’s Central Galleria, 300 N. Adams Ave., through February 2024.

In celebration of the project’s 10th anniversary, the city has partnered with the Loveland Poet Laureate Program to create an interactive poetry element for the display.

Seven local poets have been commissioned to write and display poems inspired by the seven pieces of artwork featured in the exhibit.

The selected artwork is showcased in the Loveland Public Library’s Central Galleria and will be on display through February 2024.(Courtesy/Loveland Museum)

The featured poets and the poems they created for the exhibit are:

Veronica Patterson, “The Snowbirds Gather”

Lynn Kincanon, “A Mind of Winter”

Evelyn Bingham, “G”

Roger Clark, “Queen of the Peking Opera”

Celia Turner, “Mary Janes”

Joanna Rago, “Hallowed Be”

Nancy Jakobsson, “Rise”

The Loveland Public Library is scheduled to host a reception for the exhibit at noon, Satruday, April 15 in the library’s Galleria at 300 N. Adams Ave. The reception will feature artist talks and poetry readings.

All ages are welcome to attend the reception or view the exhibit and there is no cost for admission.

The Loveland Public Library is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and closed on Sunday.

For more information on The Art Advocacy Project, go to .

This article was originally published in Greeley Tribune