Wednesday, March 28, 2012
In 1961, The Blue Willow Garden Centre was established as a very simple nursery business located on 20 acres of abandoned farmland.
This little gem that you see here is located in the walkway leading up to the gift shop.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Artist: Dan Kitchen. Painted in 2002. The paint is peeling in spots but the colours are still holding up in this ten year old mural. I'm linking to Monday Mural.
Friday, March 23, 2012
This is the first wild opossum I have ever seen in Ontario. According to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources although native to the southeastern USA., these marsupials have progressively moved northward and are now common through most of southern Ontario. Some have linked global warming with their northern expansion. Unfortunately this gal (guy?) did not make it across the road alive.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Artist: Phillip Woolf. Painted in October 1992 at 2340 and 2348 Kingston Road Scarborough The unique "double" mural, painted on facing walls by Phillip Woolf, depicts two eras in the life of Spooner's Garage. Built in 1926 and rebuilt in 1947, the garage was located on the south side of Kingston Road in Cliffside Village. Owner Art Spooner kept the business alive during the depression of the 1930s by offering a variety of services such as driving lessons, a restaurant and a 24-hour towing service. For a few years a tame bear kept on the property was a popular local attraction. I'm linking to Monday Mural.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Because it's near a body of water I believe it represents a ship's propeller. The memorial is dedicated to all the children who have lost or will lose their lives to Batten disease.
Dedicated June 2004 May a cure be found.
Presented in loving memory of Dylan James Carr.
May 1992 to August 2002.
By his family.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Artist Brian Romagnoli. Fifteen feet by fifty feet mural using a triptych design to depict the interior and exterior of an early 1900's vaudeville theatre in Oshawa, Ontario. The Edwardian street scene features a 1912 McLaughlin Buick that was manufactured here in Oshawa. A century ago, The Borsberry Music Hall was located on the north side of King Street, just east of Simcoe Street. The Music Hall had a 700 seat capacity and played host to a number of dramatic and musical productions. I'm linking to Monday Mural.
Friday, March 09, 2012
Thursday, March 08, 2012
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Monday, March 05, 2012
Artist Laura Ruttan and Kevin Tapp. I have drove and walked pass this mural many times. I thought it was decals on the window until one day I got up close and discovered it's painted on the glass. I'm linking to Monday Mural.
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