Sacred Circle Gift Shop, Tyendinaga Territory

 I was so happy to be asked by Charlene Maracle to conjure up signage for her wonderful shop on Hwy 49. The gifts she has in her cosy little space, are a blend of the sacred tools of the Celtic Culture and the Aboriginal Culture. The wordless signs were installed last November 2014, high on…

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Quinte Mohawk School, Tyendinaga Territory

Stepping back – at Quinte Mohawk Federal school with Kathleen Manderville (principal) on Tyendinaga Territory very grateful to her and the community for bringing me onboard to paint many murals of the Mohawk traditions, in the foyer, the Gymnasium, the hallways and even surrounding a skylight. Though taking direction from traditional people, I was given…

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Reflections on Painting Murals in Schools

May 25,2013 Reflection on painting murals in the schools. The kids are so hungry for hands on work. The toughest kids melt with a big brush in their hands. Especially when they are given permission to mark the school walls. They are most co-operative & concerned about making a mistake.Feel free I say, we can paint over…

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Maureen Walton Murals 2005 & 2013 at Quinte Mohawk Tyendinaga

This is to express my gratitude to all the students & teachers as well as to principal Kathleen Manderville, and more recently Vice-principal Joe Brant, for giving me the opportunity to interpret these inspiring teaching stories, visually, on your school walls. Stories that have been passed down through the ages. It is so easy to…

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