Art in Our Libraries

Public art installations can be found at all of our locations. The King Library features "Recolecciones", 33 sculptures by Mel Chin integrated throughout the building.

Public Artwork, by Location

Recolecciones: The Art of Mel Chin

at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

Almaden Spheres

at Almaden Branch Library

Enchanted Forest & Almaden Valley

at Almaden Branch Library

Teaching Stones

at Almaden Branch Library

Ohlone Woman

at Almaden Branch Library

Mandalas

at Alviso Branch Library

Stratigraphy

at Bascom Branch Library

Boxes & Children's Wing Mural

at Berryessa Branch Library

La Vida en Los Dichos

at Biblioteca Latinoamericana Branch Library

The Singing Stone

at Calabazas Branch Library

Beeline

at Cambrian Branch Library

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection

at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

Edmonia Lewis Sculptures

at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

Alum Rocks

at Dr. Roberto Cruz Alum Rock Branch Library

Lightlines & Wall of Birds in Flight

at East San José Carnegie Branch Library

Web of Native Botanicals

at Edenvale Branch Library

A,E,I,O,U, and Sometimes Why?

at Edenvale Branch Library

Nature/Knowledge

at Educational Park Branch Library

Discoveries

at Evergreen Branch Library

Groundwork

at Hillview Branch Library

Metamorphosis

at Joyce Ellington Branch Library

Where the Tree is Born

at Joyce Ellington Branch Library

Solar Illumination

at Pearl Avenue Branch Library

Olé

at Rose Garden Branch Library

Orchard of Knowledge

at Santa Teresa Branch Library

Potential

at Seven Trees Branch Library

Two Clouds

at Tully Community Branch Library

Grains of Thought

at Village Square Branch Library

Wall of Wonder & Blossom Hill Vine

at Vineland Branch Library

Seats, Secrets, Stories, and Searches

at West Valley Branch Library

Wind in the Willows

at Willow Glen Branch Library