LA’s Memorial Branch Library’s Creative and Permanent Public Art

Nov 26, 2010 by Lisa Newton

During my recent visit to the Memorial Branch Library on West Olympic Boulevard in the Mid-Wilshire district, I came across some very distinctive and wildly creative aesthetic park benches.

To see what I saw, will inspire you to appreciate the Memorial Branch Library’s beauty–not to mention the wonderful world of books it offers along with its plethora of other services that our Los Angeles Public Libraries provide.

To read and see more of this unique art, click here for the story at Mapping Los Angeles Public Art, also known as (“MLAPA”).

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