This is the next wonderful mural by artist Philip Cote painted on the supports of the Old Mill subway station down in the Humber ravine. Each of these pieces is a masterpiece and to see them all in one location is astounding as they tell the Anishnaabe story of creation. There are still more to come over the next couple of weeks.
Taking part in Monday Murals. Click HERE to see more murals from around the world.
Another beautiful painting. These are pretty spectacular.
Another beauty Pat. I do love the blue ocean background to the vibrant colours in the circles ✨
I love all the details. Truly a work of art!
Great collection of art in that location! I'd love to see it but it looks hard to get to.
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Another beauty of art, Pat. Wonderful colours and details.
Another fine mural. You are lucky to have this art work in your city.
Lovely and colourful. The fish in the background look like muskies.
I don't know the creation story but this appears to reflect an underwater wedding of some sort which carries a great deal of meaning. Thanks for sharing these fine murals!
Hope you are having a great week!
He's very accomplished. The underwater scene seems very realistic. The storytelling work is vibrant and beautiful.
Oh. Now I see this mural in the context of its companions. It is quite a nice series.
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