I haven't shown any murals in awhile from the fine collection of them in the Islington neighbourhood of the city so I'm going to show parts 1 & 2 of The Way We Were over the next couple of days. This is yet another mural by artist John Kuna and it was done in 2005 on a wall 20' x 40'. This shows the Village of Islington as it looked 100 years ago in 1912 as you looked east along Dundas St. The images were collaged from area photos of that era and show the old Hopkins' Store, the Methodist church, the small bridge over Mimico Creek, and some local residents. I am really impressed by Kuna's work and if you click the Islington label below you will see some of the other pieces he has done along Dundas St.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Canadians!
Taking part in Monday Murals. Click here for more murals.