In honor of the Clark Library’s reopening, an exhibit of artists’ books was displayed in the lobby in Fall 2013.
Created by regional artists, these handmade books were on loan from the University of Puget Sound and Pacific University.
The selections from the University of Puget Sound reflect social justice, history, and appreciation of the natural environment. They also showcase a variety of design techniques from pop-up to accordion binding.
The collection from Pacific University features books about the Holocaust. Created by David Anderson, these books incorporate artwork and writing from the children and inmates of a Czechoslovakian concentration camp.