Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Underpass Art Three B

The coloured pencils and rainbow visible in yesterday's mural wrap around the column to lead us to this young girl studying away. The building shown at the bottom of the column is the nearby Enoch Turner Schoolhouse which was built in 1848 to educate the mainly Irish immigrant population in the area. The school still stands and is now a history site housing a museum and reception area that is used for many events and even weddings. Pardon the fence in the way but I had to enter a parking lot to get this pic!

19 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

I think all of these are great Pat!

llandudnopictures said...

Another beauty!

Karl Demetz said...

I still like the colored pencils :-)

Sharon Anck said...

With all those colored pencils it makes me think that young girl might be learning something about art.

TexWisGirl said...

i like this one a lot!!

William Kendall said...

It's quite dreamlike.

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I really like the brilliant colors in all of these.

Revrunner said...

I can relate to this. Being in a household of artists, I've got colored pencils like some people have lint. :-)

Birdman said...

It's a shame to some degree that some of these are so hidden away.

cieldequimper said...

This is getting better every day!

Lois said...

This one might be my favorite of all the ones you have shown.

Randy said...

The pencils look so real.

Jack said...

These are nicely painted.

(I spoke at length with the sculptress . . . she works in both clay and bronze, and I thought she said those were bronze/)

Stephanie said...

Another beautiful piece.

Cloudia said...

the best one of all!




ALOHA from Honolulu
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Lowell said...

I'm glad you have the perseverance to get into a parking lot for a picture! I like this one - lots of joy and happiness and more bright colors!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Just keeps getting better and better Pat.

EG CameraGirl said...

How clever to have the pencils on the other side too!

Laura. M said...

This I like, Pat!!