Morris Graves is located in the restored Carnegie library building in Eureka, California and is a majestic building. The second-floor balcony is a rotunda, the walls of which hold works of current and local painters. It is named for a local artist who died on May 5, 2001 at his 380 acre lake home in Loleta,CA, a few miles South of Eureka. The building contains a small collection of Graves many works and much of a personal collection of his collegues paintings. Eureka is the hub of multiple beautiful surrounding locations and the show place of many artists. The works are changed regularly and the basement gift shop has many treats. Come on the first Saturday of every month for special shows of music, photography, painting, and sculpture that run from Morris Graves throughout the town.