Thursday, June 14, 2007

Scenic Library Wall

For some reason, the mural concept has become identified with paintings on exterior walls. But, by the dictionary, paint a picture on any wall, inside or out, you have committed a mural. Therefore, it follows that the large painted wall in the lower level of our library is definitely a mural; no idea of what the scene depicts, aside from an ancient rock building. (It occurred to me that the dictionary definitionwould allow much graffiti as a form of mural. Go figure.)

7 comments:

Steve G said...

Probably supposed to be ancient indian dwellings.

sheoflittlebrain said...

...looking outward from inside one of those dwellings..

Granny J said...

...and assuming that such dwellings were sited strictly for the view...

paul said...

"Location,location,location." Shouted the realtor upon deaf ears.

Granny J said...

Paul, these days, I'd listen for the shout of "water! water! water! We've got it!"

Chickenbells said...

Actually...I don't know if you knew, but this mural used to be outside...it was a view that you got when you were in the parking-lot, but when they re-did the library, they enclosed it!

Granny J said...

I'll be darned, CB! I didn't know that. Thinking back, I was only in the parking below at night; daytime visits, I always came in the uppper level. Thanks for the info.

 
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