11x 34 inches, unframed
Signed and Numbered
Community Sprit in Early Highland Creek, c. winter 1867, by John Hood, September 1994
Located at: 382 Old Kingston Road Highland Creek Village, Scarborough
This print taken from the original mural design; recreates a scene showing members of the Highland Creek community working together to build an addition to the Wesley Methodist Chapel in the early winter of 1867. The chapel once stood adjacent to the mural site amongst the tombstones of the pioneer cemetery. Present day residents, businesses and community groups of Highland Creek have joined together with the same spirit of cooperation and vision of their forebears to make this project a reality.
About the artist:
John Hood has painted three murals along the Heritage Trail in Scarborough. His historic murals can be found in other towns in Ontario such as Welland and Athens.
How it works:
- Order and pay for your ‘Community Spirit in Early Highland Creek’; print(s) on our website today.
- Pick up your print(s) at: Bluffs Chiropractic at 2236 Kingston road.
Please call the office prior to your visit to arrange time for pickup (416) 261-2890:
Mon: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 6
Tues: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 6
Thurs: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 6
Fri: F: 9 to noon, then 2 pm to 4
- Make sure to bring your emailed copy of the receipt that you will receive upon payment, as proof of purchase.
Purchase Your Limited Edition ‘Community Spirit in Early Highland Creek’ Print
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ASAP Design and Print, and Focal Point Framing & Art are both familiar with the print and ready/willing to support purchasers’ frames at a good rate. Both businesses are located on Kingston Road in Cliffcrest.