A Simple CZ Marina Mural

28 December 2015 · 2 comments

in Art & Music Outdoors, International

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It’s been a busy year! I would like to end by wishing everyone who visits a Happy New Year and hope that 2016 will bring plenty of opportunities to get outside and teach!

This post is about the simplicity of a mural. Sometimes less is definitely more… enjoy!

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When working in the Czech Republic, after one of the training days, I was given the chance to have a quick look around the small town. One of the more rundown building caught my attention for a couple of reasons.

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Firstly, one doesn’t expect to see “Marina” and a sea theme in the land-locked Czech Republic. However the building is situated beside the river, so it made sense once I had worked this out.

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The bright blue and white paint used, was incredibly simple and effective. It drew your eye into following the wavy line and looking at the boats.

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It reminded me that murals do not have to be all-singing, dancing affairs. Sometimes less is more.

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Finally, I’ve no idea what the writing says, but there’s something rather beautiful about the font used. That’s an art form in itself.

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Megan January 1, 2016 at 23:07

Thought-provoking as usual. The Czech Republic keeps calling me these days…


Juliet Robertson January 2, 2016 at 09:57

Thanks Megan – it is an interesting place and good to see how things are developing.


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