Thus, I went to join my friends for cycling and hunt for the 6 Murals of Georgetown.
Last Saturday,7 July was the Georgetown Heritage Day.
Found information about the artist behind all this. It was the art trails of a young Lithuanian artist named Ernest Zacharevic. It all begins with the inspiration of Ernest Zacharevic towards Penang city heritage and culture.Featuring his artwork “Mirrors Georgetown” around Heritage zone at Cannon Street, ,Muntri Street, Armenian Street, Chew Jetty and several other places in town.
Photo of Ernest Zacharevic below that found from other sources in the websites.
I was all excited about cycling/ It has been long since I cycled.
We started our journey from Campbell Street. Our first stop at Cannon Street, there’s this boy ‘Reaching Up’ to peep on something???!
Next stop is the "Little Children on a Bicycle" at Armenian Street.
We continue our ride to the Chew Jetty. This is where the "Murals of the Children on a Boat"...lucky thing, it was still early, thus not many people are there...We were enjoying ourselves there...:)
Next we had our breakfast time at Cannon Street before we depart to our next destination.
The Wantan Noodles was a bit too salty for me.
After 20 minutes break, we continue our ride journey to the 4th Mural.
"Boy on a Bike" and the Little boy with Dinasour, his pet at the Ah Quee Street.
Headed to the 5th Mural..."The Old Man"....
Our final 6th Mural - "The Little Girl in Blue" at Muntri Street...