A Pictoral History of Northern York Region
This ceramic wall mural is on the first floor of Southlake Hospital (Newmarket). Since it's on the wall across from Tim Horton's (a coffee/tea shop), I see it at least two times a day.
Fire, but I'm not sure what's burning here
Unfortunately, I can't identify everything in this mural.
Closeup of the texture in this section
Humber-Holland portage from King Creek to Holland Marsh
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A great reason why works of art like this could stand to have interpretations ready at hand. On the other "hand", maybe their absence just makes those of us viewing the art dig deeper.
Oh my ....this is awesome!
love the design. neat-o!!! ( :
That's fascinating and interest work of art!
I love a good mural and this is a good one.
That's one interesting mural. I think you could see something different every day.
visiting from Gail Dixon's blog...look forward to seeing more of your photos :)
I have never seen a ceramic mural before! I love all the textures, and the different shapes the medium permits!!
Dearest EG CameraGirl;
Wow; what a facilitating mural♡♡♡ I've never seen a mural before. Wonderful work of art with fantastic texture♪
Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
A fascinating design!
this is really interesting to me, have not seen a mural done like this. beautiful and so much texture and detail.
that is so neat!
it is really unique! i like it!
Terrific! I looked and looked. The figures remind me a bit of something I'm working on these days.
This is a really interesting mural. Just goes to show you, murals take many forms. They don't have to be just a painting.
An interesting piece of art for a hospital. I like the textures.
Now that is very interesting. Having spent some time visiting in hospital I am amazed at the wonderful art in the hospital hallways. MB
amazing mural art.
Fascinating! I truly enjoyed seeing the mural.
Nice one, EG!
That's rather cool. For some odd reason it reminds me of Egypt...
I seldom see ceramic mural. This one looks unique and beautiful.
What an interesting work of art to study while you sip Tim Horton's wonderful coffee. :) Love it!
It's very interesting, because it's combined out of many pieces. Lovely shots as well.
Mersad Donko Photography
That's a fascinating mural.
This is really a beautiful work of art.
I love the textures throughout it.
This is terrific, EG!! So interesting and definitely a wonderful work of art and I, too, love the textures!! Great captures! Thanks so much for sharing it!! Have a great week!!
The interpretation is probably much different for someone who knows the history of the area. For me I see it as a piece of wonderful, meaningful art ... beautifully done. Thanks for sharing ...
Andrea @ From The Sol
What a cool mural, beautiful and unique! Thanks for sharing, have a happy week!
Awesome piece of work.
I see a portage and a mill and the fire. Curious. Here's hoping you get a different venue for your coffee very soon.
Beautiful works of art.
What a lovely design.
Beautiful art work!
So much of talent.
Oh I love that beautiful piece of art someone put a lot of work into it. Hugs B
You may see it two times a day, but it's all new to me. Love the intricate work and the fact you shared this art.
I enjoyed these photos. The artwork reminds me of a large plaque I saw on a wall of the town hall in city in Germany, giving the history of the town. It caught fire a few hundred years back and it showed a building just like the one in your photo with flames coming out of the windows.
It reminds me of milk paint; I really enjoyed these. Now I need to go for a drive and see it in person
I like this very much ! It reminds me long tapestries ladies sewed in middle-age to tell stories!
What a wonderful way to preserve the area's history!
that is so unique! thanks for sharing with us.
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