Artist(s): Terry (Sarefina) Gilbert, Sharon Trueman and Troy Lane
Completed in 2006, this mural illustrates scenes from Digby’s history: the Acadian Expulsion (Le Grand Dérangement) in 1755, M’ikmaw settlements and the influx of Loyalists to Nova Scotia following the American Revolution. The mural also highlights contemporary Nova Scotian culture in the images of the woman playing the fiddle, bagpipes, various kinds of ships, lobster and shellfish.
Contributors: Dr. Yves Levesque, Admiral Digby Horticultural Society, Admiral Digby Museum, Nova Scotia Tourism, Culture and Heritage, Town of Digby and Larche Industrial Marine Ltd.
Where to Find This Mural
Location: 15 Carleton Street, Digby, Nova Scotia B0V 1A0 | Get Directions
Accessibility Information: This mural is located on the side of a business, in a paved parking lot. Accessible parking is available.