Los Corcelles de Neptuno ☆ The Horses of Neptune

Ralph from Bluefish Way has submitted this hypnotic mural.

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Photo @ Ralph Willer
It’s a Greek Mythological Mural made out of ceramic tiles based on a painting by Walter Crane.
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Photo © Ralph Willer
 For the Paseo Maritimo in Sabinillas, it is made of over 2,500 tiles.
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Photo © Ralph Willer
Photo © Ralph Willer

It was executed by a local Manilva ceramic artist: Conchi Ferrer & her team.

Photo © Ralph Willer
Photo © Ralph Willer

Ralph has sent us an extraordinary mural. I feel so lucky!

Artist: Walter Crane - Photo © Ralph Willer
Artist: Walter Crane – Photo © Ralph Willer

Pics taken by Ralph Willer  – August 24, 2016

Sabinillas, Spain

⭐ THANK YOU RALPH! ⭐

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Photo © Ralph Willer
Photo © Ralph Willer

⭐ FYI: I’m working on a wrap-up post for the Cambridge Street Art Festival, but needed a break! ⭐

45 thoughts on “Los Corcelles de Neptuno ☆ The Horses of Neptune

        1. @ Caroline
          It is amazing considering each of the 2500 tiles are different and blend together into such a fantastic picture.
          Aquileana and I, like you and I, are just bloggy friends, probably never to meet. 😦 ❤

  1. lightningnightnova

    That mural is amazing! It has such an epic look to it. I can only imagine how long it took them to make it. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hello dear Resa 🙂
    (I did make a comment but it disappeared, never to be seen again. So I will try again. Wish me luck, I need it 😉

    Thank you so much for putting the photos of this fantastic wall on your blog my friend. It was pure luck that I saw this wall. My friend was having her hair done and her husband and I took a walk along the promenade and stumbled upon this wall. I had to take photos for your post as you asked me for more than a photo of a blob of paint on the road. So here you go 🙂

    Here is the link to the local artist working on this wall in her studio.
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    http://manilvalife.com/new-ceramic-artwork-for-the-paseo-maritimo-in-sabinillas/
    Thanks again my friend. Hugs. Ralph xoxox ❤ #<

    1. Dear Ralph!
      Yes, your comments were in the Spam folder. It could very well be the link you so generously shared with us. I had tried to put the link in the post, but WP would not let me. So,I paraphrased. Not only was I not allowed to include the permalink to the article, but to the entire site in general.
      As you see, there is a big gap from where you put the link to your final thank you!
      I tried to eliminate the big gap in the comments boxes, but I was unable to fix it!
      Many thanks and much love to you for sending us all this fab tile mural. I’m very thrilled!!!~
      _Resa xoxo ❤ <#

      1. Oh boy. WordPress and Akismet are really throwing a wobbly today. Anyway thank you so much for sorting out this mess as much as you could dear Resa. I think a glass of wine is in order. Ralph xoxo ❤ #<

  3. Mighty impressive! That thing’s in Spain, huh?

    H’ACTUALLY! There’s a big old graffiti thing on the side of a building right near where I work. I’ll send you the pic. It’s quite a nice one, yo.

  4. This is a great find by Ralph!! And so nice how you featured it here in a post, Resa 🙂 I like when my friends come together for collaborations. Bring on the mythological finds and art!

    1. Blogging is a community spirit & strength. 😀 We are better together, yet each in their own to be adored.
      I think I always thought that, yet I think you drove it home. 😀

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