The Southlake Library is proud to introduce two new library card designs for patrons, which showcase the artistic talent of Southlake residents.
Carroll High School Senior Bella Hanson and Southlake resident, John P. Denk Jr., were selected by Mayor Laura Hill and the Mayor’s Alliance for Unity & Culture as two of the winners of the “We are Southlake” Poster Contest last September. The contest was held to kick off celebrations for the City’s 64th birthday and encouraged artists to visually represent what they love about Southlake. “We were thrilled to see the creativity of our incredible community,” stated Mayor Hill at the time.
This spring, when the Library decided to order new library cards, two of the winning submissions were selected for the card designs.
“The Southlake Library is very excited to be able to promote the talent of residents and celebrate their gifts by using the winning artwork designs for the two new library card covers,” stated City Librarian Cynthia Pfledderer. “The artwork chosen recognizes the vibrant culture and community pride of Southlake.”
Bella Hanson is a talented artist and is looking forward to attending Texas A&M next year after graduating in May from Carroll High School. Hanson is an AP Art Student and cheerleader, and her artwork has been selected previously by the City as a winning submission for another contest.
John P. Denk Jr. has been a Southlake resident for almost seven years and comes this way most recently by way of Chicago, although he grew up just outside of the DFW metroplex. He is an Art School graduate and has been a commercial and graphic artist.
If you haven’t visited the Southlake Library, or it has been a while, please stop by soon! The Library has exciting upcoming programs for Summer planned, and you can always stay informed of what is going on by following the Southlake Library on social media at Facebook and Instagram.