Home About the Library Art in the Library

Translate Page

Important Links

 
Pinnacle-Logo-RGB

Strategic Plan

My Account
(renew materials, place holds,
review your fines and more)

Pay Your Fines

 

Sign Up for E-Newsletters

Fountaindale-ad-link-image

 

Check out what's
new at
Brook's Cafe!

Bookmobile Schedule

Library Holiday Closings

More Info on Ebooks, Eaudiobooks & Emagazines

Overdrive_Button

Overdrive Kids  Teens Web button

OCD_Lib_Web-Button-thmb

3M_LS_eBookIcon_NowAvailable_Large

Zinio

 


Click here for user
guide on ZINIO

Internet Printing

Sign up for Bookletters
Best seller lists, upcoming new
books, new DVDs, and much,
much more.

Get a Library Card

June-August Newsletter

Have a question? Ask us!

Follow us on:
twitter

Virtual Art Walk PDF Print E-mail
Font Size Larger Font Smaller Font

"A primary function of art and thought is to liberate the individual from the tyranny of his culture in the environmental sense and to permit him to stand beyond it in an autonomy of perception and judgment." - Beverly Sills

As a community center, the library is more than a repository of knowledge and technology. The library is also a cultural center and art is a natural extension of this place in the community. Please take a moment to browse this virtual gallery and come visit the pieces yourself. Clicking any of the pictures or links will take you to a larger represenation of the image as well as words from the individual artists.

1st Floor

Title & Artist

Location

Cheryl_Holz_Thumbnail Spring Thaw by Cheryl Holz Next to Brooks Café
Julie_Collins_Thumbnail Milkweed by Julie Collins Next to Meeting Room A
Michael_Ireland_Thumbnail Breaking Through by Michael Ireland Next to Meeting Room A
Natalie_Blake_Thumbnail Tree of Life by Natalie Blake Next to the Materials on Hold Shelving
Michael_Hoffman_CSD_Thumbnail Quotations by Matthew Hoffman In the trees throughout the Children's Department

2nd Floor

Linda_Leviton_Thumbnail Ribbons by Linda Leviton At the top of the stairs, across from the 2nd Floor Information Desk
Michael_Hoffman_Vortex_Thumbnail The Vortex by Matthew Hoffman Outside the Vortex, near the Audio Visual Collection
Jim_Zwadlo_Thumbnail Untitled by Jim Zwadlo Near the Vortex, by the Audiobooks on CD
Jock_Cooper_Thumbnail Untitled by Jock Cooper On the wall, far side of the Computer Commons
Marsh_Scott_Thumbnail Bridge to Imagination by Marsh Scott Next to the Administration Offices, across from the Board Room
Michael_Dubina_Thumbnail Nina's Twilight by Michael Dubina Next to the Administration Offices, across from the Board Room

2nd & 3rd Floors

Markian_Olynyk_Thumbnail
A Place to Grow by Markian Olynyk Two stories, can be seen by the windows in the Computer Commons
or the 3rd Floor balcony near the Adult New Books area.

3rd Floor

India_Cruse-Griffin_Thumbnail Community Together by India Cruse-Griffin Next to the Business Center, near the Quiet Reading Room
Marianne_Albers-McKoveck_Thumbnail Wildernest by Marianne Albers-McKoveck Halfway down to the Local History Room, next to the entrance to
the staff area.

 

 
Phone: 630-759-2102

Hours:
M-Th: 9 AM - 9 PM
F & Sa: 9 AM - 6 PM
Su: 12 PM - 6 PM

 

viagra professional review