Mercer Island Library
Art at the Mercer Island Library History
"Banner," a fabric banner hanging from a beam in the children's area, by Louise Kodis.
"Between Two Worlds," a bronze sculpture by Northwest artist Georgia Gerber, features a six-foot rabbit with a ten-year-old boy leaning against it, reading. The piece welcomes patrons outside the library entrance, and children love to visit it.
"Four Seasons," an oil on canvas series, by Maria Frank Abrams, located in the meeting room.
"Introspection," a cast bronze sculpture by Gizel Berman, displayed near the magazines.
"Northwest Storm Warnings," a stained glass mobile created by Louise Kodis and David Glass, hangs near the northeast window.
"Sunning Otter," a sculpture made of Cascade Steatite by Tony Angell, frequently has small visitors running their hands over it on their way to the children's area.
The children's area is now graced with a series of six pictures by Marjett Schille, showing a montage of scenes new and old which depict the buildings and citizens of Mercer Island.
Last Updated: June 19, 2007