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Arlington Library - Artwork

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Humpback Whale Carving

G. Griffin of Camano Island, Wash.

History / Background:
Medium:Cedar
Installation Date:1980
Funding Source:Donated by the Monty Family.



Photo of Jerry Firnstahl

Artwork by Kathy Firnstahl

History / Background:Memorial for Jerry Firnstahl.
Medium:Photograph
Installation Date:2009
Funding Source:Donation



Pueblo Storyteller Doll

Artwork by Mary Toya

History / Background:This doll was donated as a memorial for Diane Rengen by her friends and family.
Medium:Clay
Installation Date:1987/1988
Funding Source:Donation



Rosie, a 4' flamingo made of basswood, ebony, yellow cedar, poplar, yellow heart

Artwork by Paul Nyenhuis

History / Background:The Friends of the Arlington Library purchased a pull-down screen for the library. Paul designed and created the flamingo to be able to pull down the screen.
Medium:Wood
Installation Date:December 2018
Funding Source:Donated by the artist



Sign Language

Artwork by Kathryn Glowen

History / Background:Sign Language is part of a series on the complete alphabet in sign language. It was donated to the Arlington Arts Council Fall into Art Auction and purchased by Virginia Hatch.
Medium:Collage
Installation Date:March 2019
Funding Source:Donated by Virginia Hatch and the Arlington Arts Council



Vase of Yellow Flowers

Artwork by L. Bates

History / Background:This painting is thought to have been donated on behalf of Mrs. Oliver.
Medium:Oil
Installation Date:
Funding Source:Donation



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