Photographing Public Art Challenge – Murals in New Brunswick

….thanks to Marsha for hosting PPAC https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/11/04/ppac-70-spokane-house-history-murals/

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In Shediac, close to the giant lobster
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Across from James Gate Restaurant where we had lunch in Moncton
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On the side of a building in Moncton where they Super Hero comic books
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Art at the Farm – PPAC

….thanks to Marsha for hosting PPAC https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/09/09/ppac-63-a-day-of-public-mourning/

On my last trip to the cottage I stopped at Harris Farm to check out the pumpkins and produce. There were tons of pumpkins in all sizes and colours and part of the field had been set up for the kids to play games. They also took hay bales and painted fun characters from Winnie the Pooh.

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Photography Public Art and Monday Murals – September 8, 2022

….thanks to Sami for hosting Monday Murals https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2022/09/monday-murals-in-bruhl.html and Marsha for hosting PPAC https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/09/02/ppac-62-bears-totems-and-their-friends/

Walking towards the subway station in my daughter’s neighbourhood of the Junction Triangle I came across the following street art:

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Monday Murals – Part 3

the mural at the 30th Street Underpass is so large I had to divide it into four parts

Artwork by Nick Sweetman who worked with First Nations historian Phil Cote

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Thanks to Marsha for hosting Photographing Public Art Challenge and Sami for hosting Monday Murals https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/08/12/ppac-59-a-quick-trip-to-san-francisco/ https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/

Monday Murals – 30th Street Underpass Mural – Part 2

….the artist is Nick Sweetman who worked with First Nations historian Phil Cote

 The main idea of this project is to find an effective way to interpret Cote’s cultural experience and knowledge of signs of Indigenous symbols, language and interpretation to those who see it. This will help users digitally experience the stories of the artwork.

Thanks to Marsha for hosting Photographing Public Art https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/08/05/ppac-58-busy-art-in-black-white-and-color/ and Sami for hosting Monday Murals https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2022/08/monday-mural-at-dentist.html

This mural is so large that I’ve divided it into 4 parts. Here is part 2:

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Monday Murals – 30th Street Underpass Mural – Part 1

….this 500 ft. mural is so large and complex…I’ve divided it into four parts

Excerpt from marlapasquin.ca: The client, Nick Sweetman, is a multidisciplinary artist who has worked with muralists and First Nations historian Phil Cote to design a mural to imbue the indigenous oral traditions of storytelling and traditional spiritual perspectives. The 500 ft nature-themed mural celebrates the plants and animals whose natural habitat is the Toronto shoreline.

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Thanks to Marsha for hosting Photographing Public Art https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/07/29/ppac-57-aliens-invade-prescott/ and Sami for hosting Monday Murals https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2022/

Sculpture Garden at the Huff Winery

thanks to Marsha for hosting the Photographing Public Art Challenge https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/06/10/ppac-50-public-art-in-kauai/

Yesterday, my husband and I spent the day in Prince Edward County and one the places we went to was Oeno Gallery at the Huff Estate Winery and Inn. We thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the lovely art inside the gallery and we noticed that a few more sculptures had been added to the garden outside. After speaking to one of the curators of the gallery we found out that the sculpture garden had grown immensely since our last visit. He was very proud to tell us that they now have over 100 sculptures in the garden.

When we went back outside we walked around to the back of the gallery and sure enough there were sculptures far and wide in the massive gardens that surround the estate. I would have liked to have taken photos of all of them but I decided that I would take more photos on our next visit. I have enough photos for the next three or four weeks so I’ve decided to spread them out.

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Photographing Public Art Challenge and Monday Murals – June 6, 2022

….thanks to Marsha for hosting PPAC https://mamacormier.com/2022/06/06/new-flower-june-6-2022-pale-pink-columbine-from-the-back/ and Sami at a Colourful World for hosting Monday Murals https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/

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On the wall at 10th St. and Lake Shore Blvd.
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On a garden shed at the Small Arms Inspection Building at Lakeshore Road East and Dixie
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More murals on utility boxes in the neighbourhood

Photographing Public Art Challenge – #18

….thanks to Marsha for hosting PPAC https://alwayswrite.blog/2021/10/15/ppac-18-rusty-public-art-along-az-highways/

I know that Marsha expects the art we post to be outside but I figure if the gallery is open to the public and is free to the public then maybe it’s okay to post under this challenge. Back in September the Women’s Art Association of Canada hosted a show for new member like me to display their work.

One of the pieces that impressed me was an installation piece that had to be assembled and then disassembled at the end of the show. The artist took pieces of her grandmother’s couch and other items from her home to create this piece.

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Photographing Public Art Challenge and Monday Murals

….thanks to Cee for hosting PPAC and Sami for hosting Monday Muralhttps://ceenphotography.com/2021/07/23/ppac-photographing-public-art-challenge-6/ https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2021/08/monday-mural-canton-bay-restaurant.html

On my walks through the neighbourhood I found more interesting murals in the alleyways behind the stores.

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