This is the second Liskeard piece I have posted by Stuart H Taylor, on a building festooned with his work in this small Cornish town. The piece is a biblical scene of Moses parting the Red Sea, and is most impressive if not a little incongruous.
As with his other pieces, this is not painted using spray paints, but with brushes and the overall impact is impressive on this little back stairway. In a town that doesn’t have a graffiti culture to speak of, it is great to find this little artistic oasis.
The artwork is clearly that of a trained artist, and there is an obvious likeness to Charlton Heston and a famous still image taken from the film the Ten Commandments. What fortune finding this spot.