Penang Street Art is waiting to be discovered by any traveler who likes local art. The city has an abundance of wall murals, many of them the creations of professional artists. One of my favourites is what I call “The Ponytail Girl”. I discovered her during my last day on the island. Have a look, and see why I like her so much. Welcome to week 190 of Travel Photo Thursday. I’m back in Daejeon, bad back and all. Sitting is a bit of a challenge at the moment, and right now I am alternating between cold and heat. Hopefully, this won’t last too long.
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Created by Ernest Zacharevic, the artist credited for bringing mural street art to Penang.
Perfect spot for the Ponytail Girl…
Love, love, love the contrast of the red bow on her yellow dress.
I love the facial details…
Her colourful bow really finishes things off…
You can find The Ponytail Girl at the Hin Bus Depot Art Centre, in downtown Georgetown; 31A Jalon Gurdwara. The Gallery is open from noon to 7 pm daily. Admission is FREE.
You can check out more Penang Street Art here.
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____ This is the 190th edition of Travel Photo Thursday. You can browse the archives here.