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Ecotone

Ecotone

Barbara Cooper. There are two forms, each about 25' long, that float in the center of the atrium, near the elevator banks of the library. The piece is made of layers of cherry veneer and metal. Art in State Building Project, 2013. Location: Library East Atrium, suspended.

From the  "Ecotone is a place where two different habitats meet.  While it has some of the characteristics of each bordering community, certain plant species not found in either appear.  The influence of the two bordering communities on each other is known as the “edge effect” and it is where much wildlife activity occurs.

The library at the nexus of the university is a place where different areas of study meet, overlap, and generate new ideas and energies beyond the confines of the individual disciplines that it supports."

Remember 9/11 Tenth Year

Remember 9/11 Tenth Year

Leoma Lovegrove. The eagle was originally meant to be painted over the names of 911 victims during a ceremony honoring those lost. The artist decided against it and began a separate painting of this American eagle instead, reflecting that the names became too sacred to cover. 9' 9" X 18' 2". Location: Library West, 2nd Floor, high wall mounted.

Damselfly

Damselfly

Mary Voytek. Metal sculpture. Location: Library East, 2nd Floor Atrium.

Loose Screw Sanctuary

Loose Screw Sanctuary

Clyde Butcher. Photograph, 1/100, Gift of the artist, 1997. Location: Library West, adjacent to Room 136.

Great Ocean

The Great Ocean Yacht Race

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989). 1971, 22” x 30” , Signed Lithograph 65/250. Gift of the Family of Evelyn Davis, received November 20, 2009. Location: Library East 323, Special Collections & Archives.

Landscape, Fruit & Flowers

Landscape, Fruit & Flowers

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989). 1971, 22” x 30”, signed Lithograph 159/250. Gift of the Family of Evelyn Davis received November 20, 2009. Location: Library East, 323, Special Collections & Archives.

Life of a Fireman

Life of a Fireman

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989). 1971, 22” x 30” , signed Lithograph 50/250. Gift of the Family of Evelyn Davis eceived November 20, 2009. Location: Library East, 323, Special Collections & Archives.

The Celebrated Trotting Team – Edward and Swiveller

The Celebrated Trotting Team – Edward and Swiveller

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989). 1971, 22” x 30”, signed Lithograph 99/250. Gift of the Family of Evelyn Davis received November 20, 2009. Location:Library East, 323, Special Collections & Archives

Painting #2973

Painting #2973

Virginia Bryant. Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 36, 2013. Location: Library East, 3rd Floor.

Reflexive

Reflexive 0115200801

By Pavol Roskovensky, an FGCU art student. 2008. Oil on canvas, gift of the artist. Library East, 2nd floor, west of the stairs

Mayan Quilt

Mayan Quilt

Guatemala Panajachel. Fabric, 97 x 76, 2012. Location: Library East, 2nd Floor, west of the stairs.

Loxahatchee River #2

Loxahatchee River #2

Clyde Butcher. Photograph, 8/100, Gift of the artist, 1997. Location:Library West, Room 224.

Stella and Alice Grey – Lantern and Whalebone

Stella and Alice Grey – Lantern and Whalebone

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989). 1971, 22” x 30”, signed Lithograph 41/250. Gift of the Family of Evelyn Davis received November 20, 2009. Location: Library East, 323, Special Collections & Archives

Lithographs for the People, The World of Currier & Ives

Lithographs for the People, The World of Currier & Ives

Salvadore Dali (1904-1989). 1971, 25” x 32”, signed Lithograph 45/300. Gift of the Family of Evelyn Davis received November 20, 2009. Location: Library East, 323, Special Collections & Archives

High Five

High Five

Alina Eydel, an FGCU art student. Back of the canvas reads: “Urban Touch: Central Park”, 2008 36 "x 48" Acrylic on canvas, glass bead, and gold leaf Donated by the artist, on February 9, 2012. Library West, 2nd floor.