Due to Mayor Pekau’s curfew announcement, the Orland Park Public Library will end curbside pickup at 6:30 p.m. from Tuesday, June 2 through Friday, June 5.

Orland Park Public Library is temporarily closed to help limit the spread of coronavirus and ensure the health and safety of our patrons and staff.
All due dates on items due between March 16 and June 1 have been moved to June 1. This does not affect online items, like ebooks.

Artist of the Month

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June: Pamela Staker

All images © 2020, Pamela Staker

Pamela Staker is a Chicago-based contemporary artist. She examines abstraction through a compiled visual language of urban elements, geometric shapes, bold color combinations, and pops of nature. Her process is energetic, creating works that are animated fragments of modern life – sometimes messy, often beautiful.

Staker started out as a math major at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign but soon migrated to the art department, where she graduated with a BFA in Painting. Staker has received several grants and awards including an Illinois Arts Council Fellowship and a CAAP Individual Artist Grant from the City of Chicago, Department of Cultural Affairs. Her work is represented in numerous private and corporate collections including The Sophy Hyde Park, Chicago, The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Vanderbilt University, and Cascade Hills Country Club, Grand Rapids, Michigan. The artist recently relocated her studio to The Bridgeport Art Center (BAC) in Chicago and is available by appointment, or once a month at the BAC Third Friday Open Studio Events.

Get a glimpse of the artist’s process:

View more of Pamela Staker work.

Upcoming Artists:


July: Patricia Robinson Stolarski

Previous Artists

Scott Mossman
Frank Leahy
Roslyn DeBoer
Nathan Destro
Spirit of Independence Polish History Exhibit

Interested in displaying?

Contact the Outreach Services Department at 708-428-5110 or outreach@orlandparklibrary.org to inquire about the art wall or our display cases.