A couple of months ago I showed a photo of a Future Mural which was being painted to hang in the Pavilion. The Mural comprised of eight panels making a piece that made a painting up four meters by two. It was painted buy local artists who met once a week then over the school holidays took home one of the panels each to complete. The met back again in September to see how it was coming along and by October it was almost done. During the time it was being painted I recorded the progress then on the 2nd November it was unveiled and I went over and took a photo of the finished mural. The following photos show some of the progress like I showed a few weeks ago.
This is the mural a week after it was started with the artists doing their work.
The mural a couple of weeks before completion
and this is the completed Mural, very neat don't you think. Come back tomorrow and I will tell you what each of the panels depicts.
Taking Part in Monday Mural
Wonderfullmural art, greeting from BelgiumReplyDelete
MONS MA VILLE EN BELGIQUE - LOUISETTE BLOG
Lots of history inside. Nice one.ReplyDelete
Nice to see the making of a mural, you can see a lot of people were involved.ReplyDelete
What a great collaboration.ReplyDelete
Very nice!!! Tom The Backroads TravellerReplyDelete
Beautiful. I like it.ReplyDelete
I will be interested to find out about each panel. That was a lot of hard work and I appreciate you sharing it with usReplyDelete
Great to see the progress of this work of art.ReplyDelete
I always like seeing a "making of". This mural turned out really well!ReplyDelete
Beautiful mural! Looking forward to the explanation of the panels.ReplyDelete
That is great collaboration!ReplyDelete