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    Cleveland sculptor Scott Stibich explores the concept of figure- ground in an intriguing installation currently in the Eastman Reading Garden. The exhibit invites garden visitors to experience a space when nothing is changed but the addition of a bold color. It offers a playful challenge to our senses and awareness sensitivities. And while you are visiting the Main Library come to the Fine Arts Department to peruse books on artists who made interesting use of illusionary and figure ground themes such as Salvador Dali, M.C.Escher and others. And maybe browse books that will help you choose the right lively color for your summer interior design project. The installation will conclude October...

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    DSCN6951This Roll of Honor contains many Greater Cleveland men and women who served in World War II. Their names were added to the large four volume set by mothers, wives, sisters, fathers, and brothers of the men and women who were serving in all branches of the U.S. military. The book was dedicated on May 6, 1942 by Cleveland Press ed. Louis B. Seltzer and Mayor Frank Lausche and given to the Cleveland Public Library to be permanently housed once the war ended.

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    By adawson on

    Cleveland sculptor Scott Stibich explores the concept of figure- ground in an intriguing installation currently in the Eastman Reading Garden. The exhibit invites garden visitors to experience a space when nothing is changed but the addition of a bold color. It offers a playful challenge to our senses and awareness sensitivities. And while you are visiting the Main Library come to the Fine Arts Department to peruse books on artists who made interesting use of illusionary and figure ground themes such as Salvador Dali, M.C.Escher and others. And maybe browse books that will help you choose the right lively color for your summer interior design project. The installation will conclude October...

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    By adawson on

    DSCN6951This Roll of Honor contains many Greater Cleveland men and women who served in World War II. Their names were added to the large four volume set by mothers, wives, sisters, fathers, and brothers of the men and women who were serving in all branches of the U.S. military. The book was dedicated on May 6, 1942 by Cleveland Press ed. Louis B. Seltzer and Mayor Frank Lausche and given to the Cleveland Public Library to be permanently housed once the war ended.

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