Photo by J Spinney
A black and white, 20th century portrait of a woman is set against rolling hills of orchards and a sunset. "A Daughter of our Community" is written overhead.
Artist(s): Jaimie Peerless

A Daughter of Our Community

Completed: 2021

Located behind the building at 325 Main Street, this mural was painted by Jaimie Peerless in 2021. The mural pays tribute to local writer Theresa McAuley Robinson, who was murdered by her second husband in 1904. The image depicts her farmland and orchards behind her. More details about Theresa’s story can be found here:

More of Peerless’s work can be found on her Instagram: @girlphantom13

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Where to Find This Mural

Location: 325 Main Street Kentville, NS B4N 1K5 Get Directions

Accessibility: This mural can be viewed from a parking lot with uneven, cracked concrete.