Art in the Library

Art in State Buildings

In addition to the art collected through the Art in the Library project, the library building features five permanently installed art glass transoms made possible through the Art in State Buildings program. This set of glass panels by Canadian artist Markian Olynyk was commissioned and installed in 2006 above the doors of the reading rooms on the third floor of the library. The panels were inspired by a concept of "quiet contemplation and a connection to nature” as explored through the themes of earth, water, fire, flora and fauna.

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Contemplation Series by Markian Olynyk

 

Fauna - detail

Fauna - detail

Flora - detail

Flora - detail

Earth - detail

Earth - detail

Fire - detail

Fire - detail

Water - detail

Water - detail

Subjects: Art and Design
Tags: art, artists, carpenter library, northeast florida