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Ohio County Public Library Unveils Colorful Mural Designed to Inspire


The Ohio County Public Library unveiled a new mural inside the library’s main floor on Tuesday, offering a colorful change of scenery with an unusual combination of inspirational figures.

Completed by local artist Vondel Bell, the new mural called “Colors and Thoughts” is anchored by a cross-section of a human brain divided into “left-brain, right-brain” hemispheres, highlighting the theory that people boast different personalities because of their use of different parts of their brains. Left-brain people are often described as more analytical and logic-centered thinkers, while right-brained people are characterized by creativity and a more artistically driven thought process.

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