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Art in the Library

Art in the Library is a program sponsored by the North Olympic Library System, which provides display space for works created by Clallam County artists. Art in the Library exhibits rotate on a regular two or three month schedule. Currently Art in the Library exhibit space is available in the Port Angeles Main Library and the Sequim Branch Library.

The Art in the Library program would not be possible without financial support from the Port Angeles Friends of the Library and the Friends of Sequim Library; the commitment and generous donation of time by volunteer Art in the Library Exhibit Coordinators; and the creativity and community involvement of local artists.

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Art in the Library at the Port Angeles Main Library

The spring-summer Art in the Library show features paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture works inspired by our National Parks. Exhibiting artists include Breanna Beck, Ines Epperson, Jarrod Jackson, Nancy Johns and Annie Johns Wach, Dann J. May, and John Teichert.

The exhibit will be on display at the library from April 15 until July 12.

This program has been made possible by generous contributions from the Port Angeles Friends of the Library, and by the efforts of volunteer art coordinator Diane Williams, who schedules the artists and curates each show.

art by Nancy Johns art by Ines Epperson art by Jarrod Jackson art by Breanna Beck

Art in the Library at the Sequim Branch Library

The summer Art in the Library exhibit features the pastel works of Eileen Gieser, and will be on view from June 3 through October 3 at the Sequim Branch Library.

Gieser works primarily in oil painting and pastel mediums to evoke memories of travels both near and far.

Sail into Sunrise Moonlight on Clear Lake Wine Country

How do I display my work in Art in the Library?

Find out more.

Read the Art in the Library Conditions and Release Agreement.

Links to other community art resources:

Port Angeles Arts Council
Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance