Alexandria, Louisiana — The realistic “Seven Faces of Freedom” paintings by Ransom Rambo are on display at the Main Library now through September 28. The series features historical figures that express the struggle from slavery to freedom, and include Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, Dorothy Height, Rosa Parks and more.
Ransom Rambo was born in Alexandria in 1949. He began painting over 40 years ago and has painted many full wall murals for homes and offices, as well as paintings of Antebellum homes. He also spends a lot of time creating art centered on the Bible.
The Seven Faces of Freedom will also be on display at Westside Regional Library on Friday, October 4 through the end of October.
Visit www.rpl.org to find out more about the Rapides Parish Library. You can also call 318-445-2411 for more information about the Library and about donations.
The Rapides Parish Library is a medium-size public library, serving Rapides Parish located in central Louisiana. The library consists of a Main Library, 5 urban branches, 4 rural branches, a bookmobile, a van service to the homebound, and a van service to child development centers.