Former London High School student, Clay Hurley, has made a significant artistic contribution to the City of London by lending his talents to a striking mural for a new bike path. With a remarkable knack for digital imagery, Hurley was the perfect choice to bring the project to life. The London Foundation for Madison County Parks and Trails (FMCPT) collaborated with him to have his captivating images enlarged and transferred onto vinyl panels. These panels now adorn the 16 individual areas of the MATCO building, showcasing diverse aspects of London and Madison County's history. Clay Hurley's artistic achievements extend beyond this project, as he has also made remarkable contributions to the London City School District, including artwork for the London High School Store and the highly visible High School Football Press Box, earning well-deserved pride from the entire school community.
Read more about the project in the Madison Messenger: