Monday, August 28, 2017

monday mural by friz

Located in Sligo, this is a Friz creation done in 2012  I showed one of her murals before. 

The central character is a representation of the Garavogue river that flows through the town. She wears shell earrings and a crown of oak leaves, two symbols present on the crest. Other parts in the design that are featured on the crest are the tree, hares and stones (representing the tower/castle). The two prominent mountains visible from the town, benbulben and Knocknarea are in the background.




Linking to Monday Mural

23 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Very nice those murals.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. This is very well done! Benbulben is one of those "must visit" places in Ireland!

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  3. Great mural showing the town's history. Love the mountain names!

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  4. I wouldn't want to mess with her! She looks quite fierce.

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  5. There is a lot of symbolism in this one. Very nice.

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  6. This is well done- particularly the hares!

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  7. Wonderfully symbolic mural Bill, the best kind! Good link, I like her work very much.

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  8. It's nice how it relates to the town!

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  9. How lovely, Bill! Thank you so much for sharing, you made me smile with these murals. :)

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  10. Very cool! And you can't go wrong with rabbits.

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  11. Well done! This looks like a huge mural and it's so nice that it has so much connection to the local environment.

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  12. Nice murlas, I like the rabbits.

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  13. Lovely mural made more so no that we know about the local symbolism. The town crest must go way back. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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