From Inese M Photography – Check Out The Fabulous Street Art From The Waterford Walls Festival – 2 Part Post

Ineses says: “2017 is the third year of Waterford Walls festival. They say there are 40 artists working in the streets, some names are already familiar from the previous years. This year’s festival hosts artists from five continents – Australia, both Americas, Africa and Europe.”

VIA: Inese M Photography – Making Memories : Part One – Click link below

Waterford Walls 2017

VIA: Inese M Photography – Making Memories : Part Two – Click link below

Waterford Walls 2017 – some more

The “Waterford Walls” are the “cat’s meow”

All photos are © Inese Photo

Comments are on, on GLaM , but they are also on at Inese’s blog, so go for the full tour!

25 thoughts on “From Inese M Photography – Check Out The Fabulous Street Art From The Waterford Walls Festival – 2 Part Post

    1. You are so welcome. Wow! It happens so fast! I was just sending you a comment! LOL!
      Because of the way I did it, I’d lie to put one of the pics on my side bar under “Guests” The pic is linked to your blog in general, as opposed to these specific posts. If you approve!

        1. LOL! Me too! I thought I’d turned comments off, but not! LOL. 😀 Next time I’ll get it right! Thank you for such a wonderful trip through the Waterford Walls festival! I love it!

    1. I agree! It’s also not just festivals, but a great time for artists and the lucky people who get to see their work in any city around the world. It’s a movement in bloom, and we are all in the “Café Society” of it all.

    1. I love the flower one, too! I think I’m getting a giant Monarch Butterfly painted on my home. I just have to settle on an artist. Toronto has a Street Art Program and they will supply the paint, if I supply a wall.
      A giant WAPOJIF, all in psychedelic colors with black outlines would be very cool. I am assuming here that Wapojif is not a common name.

      1. If you pay me $20 I’ll do it for you – can’t beat those prices! I can’t say it’d be any good, being a rubbish artist, but you’d save about $70 or something. Think of what you could do with that spare cash! Buy me several wigs, for instance.

        Wapojif is not a common name, no. Not even in England.

    1. I saw your comments over on Inese’s blog. TY for mentioning me! Frank, I have so much art to post. Soon it will be my 1000th post. I’m looking for something special.
      “CLINK”

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