Edmonds Library - Artwork

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Edmonds Art Festival

Lois Thayer

History / Background:Watercolor painting donated by artist, owned by City of Edmonds.
Medium:Watercolor painting
Installation Date:1975
Funding Source:Gift from artist.

Inaugural poster: Center for the Book, Library of Congress

Lance Hidy

History / Background:Owned by City of Edmonds
Installation Date:1984
Funding Source:Gift of Mary Miner

Oh the Places You Will Go

Photographer Tiffany Meyer

History / Background:Winner of the Everybody Reads Photo Contest sponsored by the Edmonds Arts Commission 2008.
Installation Date:2008
Funding Source:First Place purchase award

Puppet theater for children to use for creative play

Designed and built by Tom Williams, painted by Cheri O'Brien.

History / Background:Brass plaque states: This gift to the Edmonds Library is dedicated to Bernie and Joan Hoover with love from their family.
Medium:Painted wood with folk art decoration
Installation Date:December 27, 2006
Funding Source:Family of Bernie and Joan Hoover.


by Molnar

History / Background:Owned by City of Edmonds.
Medium:Oil painting
Installation Date:
Funding Source:Gift in Memory of Walter and Eugenia Bashaw.

Water Lilies

Artist unknown.

History / Background:Owned by City of Edmonds.
Installation Date:
Funding Source:Donated by Warren Sherwood in memory of Margaret Sherwood.

“Woman of the Forest,” “The Sun,” and “Mountain Hawk”

Artist Alfred Widmer was born in Austria and moved to Washington in 1958 where he taught art at Edmonds Community College in the late 1970s. He had a strong interest in Northwest Coast Native American Art and studied traditional techniques.

History / Background:Displayed on wall above main entrance to the library. The three spirit masks are made of carved cedar, with cedar bark and hammered copper and paint details.
Medium:Carved wooden masks
Installation Date:1991
Funding Source:The purchase was made with Mayor/City Council funds in 1991 as a Centennial purchase and the artist was selected for the commission at the 1990 Edmonds Arts Festival where he exhibited a carved cedar box.