Sep 29, 2010

Guy Harvey Touches Up Cayman Airport Mural

by Guy Harvey

Guy touching up his 32 foot long mural at Owen Roberts International Airport on his home island of Grand Cayman

The Cayman Island Airport Authority are sprucing up Owen Roberts International Airport, so asked me to come in and touch up the paintings that have been there for 6 years for the enjoyment of all arriving residents and visitors.

Guy gives the "thumbs up" to his barracuda among the back reef life

All the paintings were cleaned and restored and hung in the original 8 panel sequence, depicting the magnificent coral reef animals for which the Cayman Islands are famous. Going from shallow water with quintessential stingrays on the left through the back reef with tarpon, barracuda, parrotfish and hogfish, out to the deep fore reef with turtles, sharks and spotted eagle rays on the right in one beautiful sequence.

Vivid colors of sea life at the deep fore reef

It is the only original 8 panel painting I have done.  In the immigration hall of ORIA a 32 foot X 12 foot painting of a Cayman fisherman catching a giant blue marlin in a catboat is the second largest airport mural I have done.  The biggest is the 90 foot X 35 foot mural in Ft. Lauderdale Airport, Terminal One in Florida.

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