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Northport Mezzanine




Pink Roses (1992)

Northport Building



Oil painting by American Impressionist painter Stokely
Webster (1912-2001).
A gift to the Library from his wife, Audrey Webster, May, 2007

Recognized as a major American Impressionist, Stokely Webster’s work
is in the private collections of Nancy Reagan, President Clinton,
Laura Bush, and Warren Buffett, among others. His paintings are in the
permanent collections of more than 90 museums and institutions
including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Smithsonian Institution,
The Art Institute of Chicago, and The White House.


Gilroy Garlic FestivalGilroy Garlic Festival

Northport Building



Winner of the 2005 Gilroy Garlic Festival Poster Contest

This piece features a rustic sepia image of garlic bulbs.  The artist,

Jennifer Stearns Lau, spent much time looking at garlic as artwork

and created a photograph looking down at four zinc cups with a bulb

of garlic sitting in each. The angle of the sun makes the garlic look

like porcelain.
This photograph is located in the Mezzanine across from the Quiet

Study Room.



Northport Building



Northport Artist Gregori Oleanik dedicates this oil on canvas to the
memory of the nine crew members that perished from the Gwendoline Steers tugboat that sank during an ice storm in Long Island Sound on December 30, 1962.




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