Elisabeth C. Miller Library

Art Exhibits in the Library

Exhibiting art allows us to celebrate local artists who share our love of plants, gardens, and nature. We believe art can be both educational and inspiring, drawing the community into the library throughout the year.

In most cases, art works are for sale by the artist. A portion of proceeds is donated to the Library.

water color painting of purple and white irises by Rosemary Washington



Lisa Snow Lady – virtual January
Adrianne Smits – virtual February
Garden of Cultural Diversity: featuring resources in the library’s collection – virtual March
Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists – virtual April
Student research posters May
Garden of Pride: From the Library‘s Shelves June
Markel Uriu July
Michelle Kumata and others: Seeing | Seeds | Stories: Seattle Japanese Garden 60th Anniversary exhibit [tentative] August
Renée Simard September
Rosemary Washington October
Molly Hashimoto November
Arts and Crafts Exhibit and Sale December

Want to exhibit art? Read our submission guidelines and policies. See the exhibit spaces.