A mural can be a painting or a work of art applied directly on a wall, ceiling, or a large surface. You see it in alleys or the back of apartment buildings. You see it on the metal bodies of subway trains and buses. You see it on ceilings of churches. You see it everywhere.
However, in this particular form, your wall is your screen whether you’re using a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or television.
Although “mural” might pertain [or relate] to a wall, my take on the art form is an expression of a specific moment captured in time.
Welcome to Mural Mondays!
“Sakura Matsuri/Cherry Blossom Festival”
A yearly event celebrates spring and Cherry Blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. On this photo: A view of the the pond next to the Steinhardt Conservatory.
Photo by AAS