Art in the Library

Learn about the Thomas G. Carpenter Library's art collection and the Art in the Library project.

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The Thomas G. Carpenter Library's Art in the Library project began in 2008.  Since the project's inception the collection has grown to more than 130 pieces through the generosity of artists and collectors.   Most of the works are by artists from Northeast Florida.  Pieces may be found on display throughout the library's four floors. 

In addition to the gifts, the library building features five permanently installed art glass transoms made possible through the Art in State Buildings program.  To learn more about the panels and the Art in State Buildings program, please see the "Glass Transoms - Third Floor" tab in this guide.

The project has been featured in local media.

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Courtenay McLeland

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Subjects: Art and Design
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