Stuart H Taylor, Castle Hill, Liskeard, August 2021

3897. Castle Hill, Liskeard (2)

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.

Stuart H Taylor, Castle Hill, Liskeard, August 2021
Stuart H Taylor, Castle Hill, Liskeard, August 2021

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.

Stuart H Taylor, Castle Hill, Liskeard, August 2021
Stuart H Taylor, Castle Hill, Liskeard, August 2021

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.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

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