Last week I took part in one of 150 walks that were conducted in Toronto as part of Jane's Walk after renowned urbanist Jane Jacobs. The tour I did viewed the 23 historical murals that have been painted on Dundas St in what had once been the Village of Islington but is now part of the city.
Painted in 2010 by artist John Kuna this mural shows a cut-way into what might have been the manse of the Islington Wesleyan Methodist Church during an inspection of the home's interior by the manse committee in 1888. The picture gives us an idea of the furnishings and construction methods of the time.
Taking part in Monday Murals. Click here to see more murals from around the world.
If anyone out there knows why my pic is in the middle of my post instead of at the top please help!