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'Non-Fiction on the Loose' livens up North Bend Library walls | Photo

Bees, bugs and animals help impart the magic of reading in Sandy Robinson’s painting, “Non-Fiction on the Loose,” newly installed at the children’s section of the North Bend Library. The painting was part of a Mount Si Artist Guild show this summer at the library, and attracted the attention of the Friends of the North Bend Library. A proposal was submitted to the KCLS Arts Acquisition Group and once approval was received, the Friends group purchased the painting and donated it to the North Bend Library. - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Bees, bugs and animals help impart the magic of reading in Sandy Robinson’s painting, “Non-Fiction on the Loose,” newly installed at the children’s section of the North Bend Library. The painting was part of a Mount Si Artist Guild show this summer at the library, and attracted the attention of the Friends of the North Bend Library. A proposal was submitted to the KCLS Arts Acquisition Group and once approval was received, the Friends group purchased the painting and donated it to the North Bend Library.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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