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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

A Bit of History

This folks is unrelated to the festive season but wanted to share it for posterity. Our Son is a painter and has recently been painting the main stairwell of our historic Parliament House Building.
They have had scaffolding up to reach the very high ceilings.
No 1 Son working hard....
It is has quite beautiful detailing on the ceiling.


These are some photos of the completed work.


Beautiful stained Glass....all the while Queen Victoria kept an eye on their work.


Great work guys! Just a little detour away from the tinsel for a moment.
Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx

14 comments:

  1. What a lovely building for #1 to work on..... very pretigious job too and fun to be able to say he worked on it...
    Hugz

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  2. Such an amazing building and isn't that stained glass beautiful

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  3. Wow. What an honour to be working on an amazing building..

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  4. You must be very proud of him, Michelle. Does he paint "art" like you do, as well?

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  5. Beautiful building. Love the stained glass. Hugs,xx

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  6. Hi Michelle,wow this is such a huge building and he must be a good painter to be working on it ,think he might take after his mum,what a wonderful job for Lucas to be working on,great pics too my friend xx

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  7. Wow, what a special project for your son to be part of.. our history, and the history of future generations.. it looks like such a beautiful old building.. xx

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  8. What an amazing job he has. I love all that architecture but not sure I would like Queen Victoria's dour look upon me.

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  9. What a beautiful building your # 1 son has been working on. Fabulous stained glass.

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  10. What a beautiful place to paint and a great compliment to his ability - but then look at his talented Mum :) xx

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  11. A veryinterrsting detour Michelle, what beautiful work Lucas does. My Dad was a painter and paper hanger so I can appreciate the work your son does.

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  12. That is fascinating work. The building is looking stunning.

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  13. Gosh what a fascinating job this would have been!

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