"Stony Plain - The First 100 Years" - Stony Plain, Alberta
Posted by: wildwoodke
N 53° 31.714 W 114° 00.316
11U E 698487 N 5935245
Quick Description: This, the third ceramic / pottery mural placed by the Parkland Potters Guild is found on the search and rescue building in Stony Plain, Alberta.
Location: Alberta, Canada
Date Posted: 2/14/2012 3:33:32 PM
Waymark Code: WMDQF8
A work made with pride for their community, this mural celebrates the first 100 years of the town of Stony Plain. The mural depicts a few of the key buildings of the town, its First Nations history and the changes that have occurred in aviation in that time.
The town's website and brochure describe this mural as:
"This mural was presented to the Town of Stony Plain by the Parkland Potters Guild on the occasion of the Centennial Celebrations in 2008. The mural depicts the journey through 100 years of progress. Made of clay and stained with oxides, it was fired twice to a final temperature of 2400 degrees Fahrenheit. Volunteer guild members spent one year from planning to completion and are proud to present “Stony Plain - The First 100 Years” to the community."
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