Kathryn Gough died in 2011 but her art carries on, especially with more than a dozen works in the gallery at the Stevenson Center until the end of the month.

OU-C librarian Brandi Weaver was proud to open her doors for an opening reception Saturday, coordinated by Kathryn's mom, Joy Gough 

The public is welcome to view Kathryn's haunting bird people and prehistoric Native icons.

OU-C's Quinn Library also has rare books by Dard Hunter, a religious tolerance collection funded by "Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown, a children's book collection for the Early Childhood Education Program, and a collection of American books, music, and movies where Chillicothe is mentioned.