100 Years Ago

“The Way We Were ” is the official title of this sepia toned mural. It’s so very gorgeous! It’s at 4972 Dundas Street W.

Artist: John Kuna
Artist: John Kuna

It depicts life in this area circa 1912.

Artist: John Kuna
Artist: John Kuna

So many sweet aspects

Artist: John Kuna
Artist: John Kuna

I did a Post of the horses and wagon 6 weeks ago, and I’m finally getting the rest of this wonderful mural out!

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Pics shot by Resa, on April 28, 2013

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

21 thoughts on “100 Years Ago

    1. Thank you!
      I believe all the Artists deserve their credit for this art I love so much!
      If I have not mentioned an Artist’s name, it is because it is an unsigned piece, and there is no reasonably easily accessible record of the Artist.
      However, as I have said in my “About” page, if someone sees their work uncredited here, let me know and I will credit you.

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  2. Hi, Resa. I’m sorry I haven’t had time to stop by. I’ve missed you and all this beautiful art. You know these nostalgic pieces are a favorite of mine. I’ve always wanted to do a sepia toned painting. I believe it would be quite a challenge as I usually use bold colors. but someday I’m going to try. They rev up my imagination and give me a sense of home and comfort. 🙂 Hope you have a beautiful week, my friend. <3.

    1. The sepia tone is rare for street art & I appreciate very much what the artist has done!
      I’m sure you would do a wonderful sepia painting. Go for it!
      It nice to see you whenever you drop by. I look at blogging as enjoyment, not a job or a responsibility, so it is nice to see whomever, whenever.
      🙂 You have a great week, too! ❤

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