Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Modern art

An artist, Michael Dillon, recently completed a mural in the Italian Shelter. This chap is a dab hand with the old brush strokes, and has done a sterling job of re-interpreting a now faded mural, painted by Lawrence Johnston sometime in the 1930’s. The fragments of Lawrence’s handiwork remain intact, this painting is on canvas boards erected to cover and protect the old wall.

1 comment:

Gardener in the Distance said...

A lovely, English mural for your Italian Shelter. Such work brings the inside outside, and relaxes it.

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