Library Exhibit Spaces:
The Attic at Academy Square
The Attic at Academy Square is the Provo City Library's exhibit space dedicated to bringing in the best art, science, and history exhibits from around the country. It is located on the 4th floor of the Academy Wing of the Library, accessible only by elevator. Use the elevator at the West end of the building.
Visit The Attic page for information about hours of operation or upcoming Attic exhibits.
Anderson Art Gallery
The Anderson Art Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the best local art our community has to offer. If you are interested in having your work exhibited at the Library, please contact the Events Scheduling office at 801-852-7691.
Wood Turning by Steve Tyler
Segmented turning is a technique that uses smaller pieces of wood glued together to create a suitable block that can be turned in the lathe. Since the wood segments do not have to be of the same species or the same color, beautiful combinations are possible. I have found Segmented Turning to be especially satisfying and now use this technique on nearly all of my wood turning projects. Generally, the base wood of a piece is made of a single species of wood, while a “feature ring” and other accents combine several species of wood to create patterns. Over time I have tried to develop projects that combine several turned objects into a single artistic piece, and many of my favorite pieces are of such combinations.