Public Art in City Centre Library

Renowned B.C. artists Gordon Smith and Liz Magor will be adding their artwork to the new Library. 

Liz Magor’s work is a set of sculptural punctuation marks that will serve both as casual seating and colourful sculptural forms on the third level near the “living room” space.

This painting by Gordon Smith will be mounted on the ground floor of the Library. (photo by Jack McKeown)


6 Responses to Features

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    Serene. Contemplative.

    I like it!

    I’d like to touch that snow.

    great choice in my opinion

  2. rj82 says:

    looks amazing now i have to go see it daily

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