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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Another Maltby

Here's another mural by local artist Jeff Maltby. This one is on one wall of Ellice Recycle Ltd., a recycling company near Point Ellice. At 152 feet (about 46 meters) wide this is probably Maltby's largest work. Even with my wide angle lens at its widest I wasn't able to get the whole mural in though the photo above has about 90%. (Of course I never thought to use the panorama function of my camera, which would have been perfect for this!) As usual, the artist offers us a historical perspective, looking at recycling in the Victoria's past. I like everything this artist does and I hope that more of our city's firms will commission him to decorate their buildings with our history seen through his eyes.


Anonymous said...

What an incredible mural. Thanks for sharing :).
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Dean Lewis said...

It really is terrific, .. what a 'diamond buried in the rough' of the industrial part of town.
I love how the mural's realism bleeds in with the reality of the garage door on the left. And the door in the centre was incorporated as innocuously as possible.

JoJo said...

That's a great mural. I agree with you that more murals in Victoria would be very nice to see. I fell in love with all the ones in Chemainus.

RedPat said...

It's wonderful! Good to see a company spending $$ on art.