We are still in Winnipeg, in the alley behind The Gas Station Theatre building. On the corner, there’s this pretty lady.
When I say she’s on the corner, I mean literally on the corner.
She’s a bit chipped up from the harsh winters since 2006 when she was painted by an unknown artist, but she’s still quite wonderful. I hated to leave, but Sherrie had me on 20 minute allotments per mural.
Oh look, it’s the Sea Bugs along the other side.
Pictures taken by Resa on October 30, 2013
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
19 thoughts on “Theater Engagement Four”
A beautiful lady, excellent captured even you only had 20 minutes – it’s a hardcore private driver, isn’t it..? “lol”
Yes, I’m hardcore lol…had to keep her on a tight schedule, too many murals, too little time
I believe you’re doing it right… “lol”
Oh for crying out loud!
Sherrie is expensive so I had to go along with the schedule thing.
I need, it’s a must, to be driven around in a hot red car. It looks good!
I’m expensive AND hardcore….my resume is looking better and better 😉
A beautify post my friend I like this !
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Loving your new site, keep em coming!
Kk! It’s a bit of an addiction!
Great artwork and a super series of photographs!
This is awesome and I love how it wraps around the building!
There are some very interesting muralists in Winnipeg!
How’s your new interesting project going?
wOw… now thAt is a wrap-around skirt! 🙂 ♥ ❤
Lol! I see what you mean. ❤
heehee… and gotta ❤ the texture of that hand-painted fabric! 😉 ♥ ❤
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