Here’s another mural from Eureka, California
Category Archives: MONDAY MURAL
Monday Mural #19:
This mural is called Nature’s Bounty. Painted on the walls of North Coast Co-op 4th Street between B and C Streets in Eureka, California. There are 6 20-ft panels to complete this mural and was completed in 2007. I don’t know who the artist is. But this is one of the murals in the thriving mural scene in Eureka.
A little closer look. Was intending to do a DIY mural tour, but it was raining heavily so we just drove by and saw a few of them, shooting from inside the car.
Murals at the Arriba Juntos building in Mission Street, San Francisco.
Monday Mural #17: Double mural
To continue from the last Monday Mural post I did before I took a month long vacation from blogging, another double mural from Cabo San Lucas. Both the bench and the wall are decorated/painted in Dia de los Muertos scene.
Monday Mural #16:
This is sort of double mural. The wall is a mural of agave plantation and the bench is a mural of a Dia De Los Muertos scene. Seen in the waterfront area of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Monday Mural #15:
The last installment from Yucatan Peninsula. Is it just me or this one has some Asian feel to it?
Monday Mural #14:
Monday Mural #13:
Number 3 of 5 murals I took from Yucatan Peninsula on a day trip to Chichen Itza in 2010.
Monday Mural #12:
To continue with last week’s Yucatan series of murals, here’s another one whose significance is not known to me. It seems to be depicting some kind of a warrior.
Monday Mural #11:
This is first of the five murals I captured while on day trip to Chichen Itza in Yucatan Peninsula. Our tour stopped for lunch at a restaurant in the middle of nowhere and inside the restaurant, one of the walls depicted this scene, which I am guessing is some Mayan celebration or ritual.