Art in the Library Catalog



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The Thomas G. Carpenter Library’s Art in the Library project began in 2008. Since the project’s inception the collection has grown to more than 100 pieces through the generosity of artists and collectors. Many of the works are by artists from northeast Florida. This is a selection of the pieces that may be found on display throughout the library’s four floors.

Catalog contains work by the following artists: Nofa Dixon, Diane Farris, John Bunker, Mindy Hawkins, Tom Farrell, Anthony Whiting, Louise Freshman Brown, Susanne Schuenke, Susanna Richter-Helman, Tiffany Leach, Jonathan Lux, Marilyn Taylor, Steve Williams, Christie Holechek, Sydney McKenna, Jerry N. Uelsmann, Thomas Hager, M. Lee Adams, Charles M. Brown, Richard A. Ueland-Brice, Jay Solomon, Clark Lunberry, Megan Cosby, Debbie Pounders, Susan Dauphinee, Memphis Wood, Vina Schemer, Cookie Davis, Will Dickey, Donald Henry Dusinberre, Ted Johnson, Ken McMillan, Madeleine Wagner, Nancy Doolan, Gordon Meggison, Dee Roberts, Mary Atwood, Laird, James Crichlow, Keith Doles, Troy Eittreim, Carole Mehrtens, Sharla Valeski, Renée Faure, Garry McElwee, Mark Durham, Beth Haizlip, Brenda Adams, Mary St. Germain, Jensen Hande, John Votel, Lee Harvey, Leigh-Ann Sullivan, Jim Smith, Stephen Heywood, Kathleen Wobie, Norman W. Gregory, George Cornwell, Marsha Hatcher, Kimberly Young, Lyn Asselta, Jeanne Pellegrino, Toni Charneco, Annelies Dykgraaf, Marilyn Antram



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Thomas G. Carpenter Library


Jacksonville, FL


Art; American -- Florida -- Jacksonville -- Exhibitions; Artists -- Florida -- Jacksonville -- Biography; Thomas G. Carpenter Library -- Art collections -- Exhibitions; painting; sculpture; photography; collage


Art and Design | Fine Arts


Published on the occasion of the collection exhibit opening reception, June 7, 2013.

Listen to an interview where Christina Levine, Director of Development for the UNF Thomas G. Carpenter Library, and Courtenay McLeland, Head of Digital Projects and Preservation, discuss the Art in the Library project:

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Shirley Hallblade, Jen Jones, Debra Murphy, Christina Levine, D. Courtenay McLeland, Ryan Fairbrother, Michael Boyles

Art in the Library: From the Collection of the Thomas G. Carpenter Library, University of North Florida