A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
trying to link witchcraft with the devil - quite ominous
i'm curious. i can't wait to find out more. (:
I think this kind of art is made with stencils, but other than that I have no idea. But I do like this a lot, especially the girl.
Great to see you on Monday Murals -it's a fun Meme. I like your green girl- a devil on both shoulders- intersting, no good in her perhaps?
The devil lurks in all of us, even lil' girls.
The look on her face says she's up to something!
that is really cool! good girl/bad girl.
No idea other than good/bad, but I like it!
Welcome to MMonday Mural, Tanya. I like this one too. I agree with Nellies, that it's a stencil. You might run across other copies in your travels around town. Don't know what it means but I like it too. Maybe it's the wicked witch of the west when she was a little girl! haha. Thanks for contributing this week. Hope you'll join us again.
The angel and devil speaking to a little girl! So fun to see public art like this, a great capture :)
the green is a bit of a surprise colour - but I like the white and black devils!
That's a terrific piece of street art!
She is adorable. It is definitely a stencil, as are the "little devils" - But it is entirely possible they were added by someone else. That is the fun of stencils they grow on each other. - Fun shot!
Stencil work can be so creative and this is a good one!
A wonderful piece. And yes, the inner voice is probably one of the most difficult to listen to. This years 'summer break' lasted sadly only a hundred hours, yet brought me to amazing places. Please have a wonderful Tuesday.
I wonder what thoughts this young girl is having that could be so devilish?!
I like this a lot!
Before I forget, I like the coffee pot sign in your header, too!The stencils are cool, too. Rather than say the girl is good and bad, I'd prefer to think the girl's innocence is being tested by outside forces. And I like the idea that the little devil's were added by a second stenciler.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)