This mural was coordinated by Main Street Enid and was sponsored by ONEOK, Inc., on behalf of Bert Mackie, Conrady Electric and Family, Enid Arts Council and Park Avenue Thrift. The mural created by Rick Sinnett was completed in 2016. The butterfly represents a transformation of not only the South side of the former Conrady Electric building, but it also serves as a visual marker welcoming you to the Arts & Entertainment District that transformed the way residents and visitors experience and value downtown.
In 2019, voters statewide selected the Butterfly Mural license plate as the winner in the Oklahoma Nature Conservancy’s efforts to support pollinator habitat in our state. These new plates can be seen all across Oklahoma.