I was out of town during the Waterford Walls festival this August, and only recently took some photographs, probably covering only a half of the walls. Here is a link to the previous Waterford Walls blog posts if you need it for a reference. Please visit the artists websites. All the links in this blog open on separate pages and your reading won’t be interrupted.
Yasja’sNorthern lights-inspired work wasn’t included in the festival map, but I knew it was a recent work. I would have noticed if it has been there before. Yasja is a brilliant artist from Amsterdam and I choose her work for my opening picture.
I walk wall to wall, and it takes me about two hours to see all these wonderful murals.
Niamh Curry grew up in Clonmel, Ireland. She is a self-taught artist, and her works are recognizable for their bright colors and…
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51 thoughts on “Waterford Walls 2019”
Wonderful street art!
Agree! It’s so great that more and more places are embracing street art! 😀
Those are fantastic murals.
Agree! Inese posts the festival every year. I’m always beyond impressed!
I was lookling at these this morning. Aren’t they gorgeous?
How are you my dear?
They are stunners!
I’m good, dear Lonely. You?
Today is Canadian Thanksgiving. We had the big family meal yesterday. I’m still recovering, and I only eat the vegetables. Okay… the wine was as fluid as the ink from your pen’s poetry.
Hmm, that’s interesting. I can get as drunk on your words, as I can on wine.
Laughing so hard.
Well, first, Happy Canadian Thanksgiving. Hope you enjoyed the vegetables. As for the wine….I love wine. Drunk on my words. That is so sweet. You always reach my heart with your responses.
Yeah… heart beats! Poring a glass of wine!
LOL . Save some for me.
Well, you’re not here, so….tell you what.
I’ll drink it for you! YAY!! omg., I love wine!
Me too. I adore wine. Yes, please have a glass for me.
GREAT!!!! Thanks… I’ll pour one now! xo
Are you getting a little drunky on me?
Better not work on any gowns if that is the case.
Yes! Okay… No gown sewing. Ah, but I’m drawing Art Gowns Mermaids. I’ll go with that.
Can’t wait to see them.
Drunky…. ? …. Hahaha new word for me.
Spectacular. On my way to Inese’s blog. 🙂
I’d actually seen one or two of her previous posts on Waterford Street Art. She is a great photographer and blogger
Fabulous and the dog is absolutely amazing.
Adore the dog!
Art brings us together. Thank you, Resa, for being a conduit of inspiration. Happy Thanksgiving!
I am quite happy out here. So, I guess it shows. You’re the same!
I’m slow with all my responses, as it’s been busy Thanksgiving!
A Happy Belated Thanksgiving to you!
I love receiving your lovely messages. Happy Thanksgiving! I am grateful for the days that have been given. Hugs!
Amazing pieces – talented!
I thought these were just amazing. Just something else.
To be truthful?? Forget Waterford–no disrespect. Just WANT THEM on me Davidson St. walls… Or even me Ferry walls/ No such luck though. Just too bad. Too bad. xxxx
( Need to content myself with gowns instead. Not so bad mind you… x)
Wish there was gown graffiti out there!
Get out the paintbrush and get your rplane ticket!!!!!
Magnificent street art. I love this very much. 🙂 Super talented. 🙂
I had to reblog! 😀
These are fantastic. The dog in the clerical collar reminds me of a wonderful show I have watched on Netflix, “Herrens Veje”. If you have not seen it yet you should, I think you would love it. 😉 (Danish subtitles)
The way my mind works. 😉
I saw the original post. They are so awesome.
IKR! Inese is amazing!
Omg how beautiful! Love these murals 🥰 awwwww!
Thank you, Natascha! Inese did an amazing job with the photos! xoxoxo Love to all in Graz!
Dog, ruff. there is a pun in there somewhere but it alludes me.
Fantastic works. The dog has an aristocratic look. Impressive!
Thank you so much for reblogging, Resa! Unfortunately, no Canadian artists this year, but there are some great walls to admire xxxxxx
You’re welcome Inese! The wall are fabulous, Canadian artists or not! Also, thank you for the shout out in the post. xxxxxxx
Always a pleasure xxxxxxxx
I was over at Ines’ blog earlier today and saw the mention of lovely YOU! Well done 🙂 The street art in her post is awesome – I loved seeing all the female depictions on the walls.
The Waterford Walls is a fabulous annual Street Art & Murals festival. I look forward to Inese’s post on it every year! 😀 xx