Portrait of King George III in military uniform.
Mural depicts various children’s dolls and toys. Artist: Theodore Ziegler. Year: 1985
A depiction of several sailing vessels on Lake Erie during one of the largest naval battles of the War of 1812. The mural includes two oval style portraits of military commanders involved in the battle: Oliver Hazard Perry (American navy) and Robert Heriot Barclay (British navy).
Joint initiative between the City of St. Catharines, the West End Community Action Network and youth outreach group The Raft. Depicts activity that occurred over the course of the train station’s history: soldiers home from war, shipments of Niagara fruit crops, the arrival of circus elephants, and a visit from the Royal Family.
Two murals are painted on the front and back sides of the utility shed (One on each side). The murals depict park elements with figures animated in lively poses. A game of “I Spy” within one mural invites viewers to engage and have fun with the interactive artwork. This artwork was commissioned by the City of St. Catharines. Residents contributed to the creation of the mural as part of a Culture Days activity.