Washington-Centerville Public Library No. 1

The Story:     Outside the Washington-Centerville Public Library in Centerville, Ohio resides a sculpture featuring a 22-foot stack of ceramic books. The sculpture was created by Michael Frasca in 1997 after winning the Bicentennial Sculpture Competition. The library webpage states, “The Record” not only represents books in the library, but also the history of Centerville and Washington Township and the knowledge of the pioneers, farmers, and villagers who settled here.

 

Sublocation:  Washington-Centerville Public Library

City, State:     Centerville, Ohio

Date:               2018

Keywords:       x

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Description

An evening image of a sculpture featuring a stack of ceramic books 22-feet tall symbolic of Centerville Ohio’s 200 years of history

Outside the Washington-Centerville Public Library in Centerville, Ohio resides a sculpture featuring a 22-foot stack of ceramic books. The sculpture was created by Michael Frasca in 1997 after winning the Bicentennial Sculpture Competition. The library webpage states, “The Record” not only represents books in the library, but also the history of Centerville and Washington Township and the knowledge of the pioneers, farmers, and villagers who settled here.

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Size

12" x 18", 20" x 30", 30" x 45"

Media

Framed Giclee Canvas, Metal, Photo Paper

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