Thursday, January 11, 2018

The Hardworking Beaver

This is the next section of Monday's mural with the wolf leading us into the pic. I really wish that I knew all of the symbolism of the images used but this one seems to be filled with the natural world showing the geese, the heron and of course the noble beaver. There are a couple of more sections to show in the next days.

16 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, it is a pretty nature scene filled with the wildlife. Beautiful mural.

Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

Lea said...

Very nice! Glad you are showing us these close-ups of the large mural
Have a wonderful day!

Christine said...

Fantastic to see & enjoy the artistry & craft which has gone into this mural!

Lowell said...

It takes a ton of artistic talent to put together something like this. That little beaver is working very hard to get his dam finished on time!

Sharon said...

There is a lot to see in this section. Besides the animals you named, there is a canoe at the bottom of the circle and snowshoes at the top.

Billy Blue Eyes said...

They are some amazing murals you found there

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You're right Pat, and Canadian symbols mostly. Beautifully executed.

Karl said...

Beautiful details of this pretty artwork, Pat !

William Kendall said...

It's vividly done... quite realistic in the details.

Adam said...

cool art

Mark said...

Came across this info online: The Heron- the first people [respected] the heron's inquisitiveness, determination and excellent judgement skills while it fishes or hunts. They believed sighting a heron before a hunt would indicate the hunt would be a victorious one.

21 Wits said...

It's beautiful and all the symbols remind me of Minnesota, especially northern Minnesota! Even the old snow shoes!

bill burke said...

Seeing these sections that make up the mural, you realize just how talented the artist is. Such beautiful well done work. I love it!

Anonymous said...

A real work of art, the colours really pop out.

Cloudia said...

so good!

Laura. M said...

La gaviota observando !!