Photo by J Spinney
A crowd of people are gathered in this mural. They're standing on the sidewalk in a celebratory mood while some children sit on the curb in the foreground. Some wave Nova Scotian flags, some wave British flags. Some of the figures are historical, while others are more contemporary.
Artist(s): Alex Gigeroff and Hugh Eamon

Jim MacLeod Square Triptych

This triptych was commissioned by the late Jim MacLeod, a beloved pharmacist and town councilor. Two founders of Visual Arts Nova Scotia, the late Alex Gigeroff and the late Hugh Eamon, created this mural to commemorate Yarmouth’s community members and spirit of connection. The mural is located on the wall of the Pharamasave, overlooking Jim MacLeod Square and the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

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Where to Find This Mural

Location: 333 Main Street Yarmouth, NS B5A 1E5 Get Directions

Accessibility: This mural is located in a paved pedestrian square, with lots of space between the two buildings.