Art in the Library

Carnegie Library by Jason Gould

Northwind and the City of Port Townsend sponsor the Art in the Library program. The goals are to provide art for the enjoyment of library patrons and staff, to offer opportunities for artists to exhibit their work, and to decorate and honor Port Townsend’s historic library:

Port Townsend Public Library
1220 Lawrence Street -- in "uptown" Port Townsend

Art is provided by local artists and may be for sale via Northwind at the discretion of each artist. Shows are changed at 4-month intervals.

  • 10-27 Art in the Library – Jim Alden Retrospective
    Fri. Oct. 27 at 6 pm opening reception. The exhibit is for 4 months: Oct. 27 through Feb. 20. Northwind and Jefferson County Historical Society provide a retrospective look at Jim Alden's work. Jim Alden lived in Port Townsend from 1972 until his death in 2004. Port Townsend provided his...
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  • _Art in the Library — June through October 2017
    Open until Oct. 20. Celebrate local art and our beautiful Port Townsend Public Library. Library visitors will enjoy: -- Abstract paintings in acrylic and oil by Port Ludlow resident Wanda Mawhinney -- Carved porcelain by Sequim resident Linda Collins Chapman -- Hand-drawn and hand-colored mandalas by Port Townsend resident Stephen...
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Archive of recent library exhibits: