Sunday, December 2, 2007

Mural in a Small Town Library

In a small town in central Pa. , an old church has been turned into a public library saving all the beauty that was built into the church long ago. Large stained glass windows , wonderful woodwork. But even more has been added to the character of the building. A mural painted by one of the towns artists, Jennifer Motter.
She loves the library and children, and painted a pastel version of one of her murals in the children`s section of the library.
Painted in pale blues, greens , yellows and browns, it is a fabulous addition to this small library. The lower part painted in a checkerboard design.
The library is located in Jersey Shore, Pa.



















3 comments:

Lana said...

The mural is beautiful Melanee. With it being light in color and the windows more vivid ~ they don't compete for attention ~ they complement one another. Thanks for sharing this!

CARole said...

hello Melanee. I love the mural. she did a wonderful job! CARole

vintagepaletteart said...

What a gorgeous mural! And what a peaceful setting to sit and read in. I applaud the artist!

=D *Lori