Art Lending Library Opening in Pioneer Square
Last Thursday, Seattle's Art Lending Library held an opening at it's location in Pioneer Square, where they have been since February. The opening was an opportunity for new members to sign up for an A.L.L membership and view the art work that is available for checkout.
One of the best things about the A.L.L. is that once artwork is checked out, a librarian will come to the member's home to install the artwork, as well as pick it up once the piece is due back at the library.
Viewers take in some of the photography on display in the space at 201 Yesler. All of the artwork is free to check out.
During the opening, viewers were invited to write their thoughts about the library on a piece of paper and exchange it for a piece of the installation on the south wall.
A library member shares her thoughts with one of the library's featured artists.
Available artwork includes not only paintings and photography, but 3-dimensional works, as well.