Wowser! Check out the amazing paintings created for the children's room at the St. Angelo Public Library in Cumberland. The library hired local artist Jeff Hile to create the murals as a way to honor the life of Katherine Robinson, the well-loved library director at Cumberland from 1939-1975.
According to Lori Bock, the current library director, Jeff has turned the library (already amazing) into a "destination that is not to be missed!" The paintings are so lifelike, people keep asking how the artist stuck the butterflies to the wall, and have to spend quite a bit of time looking close-up to realize that they are part of the painting.
Way to go! It's nice to have something to celebrate.