The Letter Birds installation at the Cuyahoga County library, Chagrin Falls branch

by Pam Spremulli

The letter birds installation at the Chagrin Falls library by Pam Spremulli

Mornings and the Chagrin Falls Library Branch are for the birds: Valley Views

By Joan Rusek, Sun News
April 20, 2015

Chagrin Falls, Ohio - What better way to celebrate our warm spring mornings than by going birding?

If your allergies are getting the best of you, you can go birding inside the Chagrin Falls Library Branch of the Cuyahoga County Library. Even novice birdwatchers can spot the 26 large bird images designed by Chagrin Falls graphic artist and author, Pam Spremulli and commissioned by the library.

Spremulli's children's book, Letter Birds, inspired the larger than life images displayed in the library. In addition to birds, her other artwork is known to offer interesting interpretations of architectural landmarks from New England to New Orleans. She manipulates color to create her unique view of the world.

Spremulli has more than a decade of experience in advertising and creative arts. A graduate of Niagara University, she is also accredited by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. She and her husband have two children.