Adding wall art on a Hispanic house

 Photo of the constructed imprinta, atbp new building
located at Legal Street, Kingking, Pantukan,
Compostela Valley Province.
Because our new shop located at Legal Street, Kingking, Pantukan, Compostela Valley, Philippines is under construction, we end up staying in this old house own by my sister's in-laws located at Caballero Street, Kingking, Pantukan, Compostela Valley, Philippines.

A Hispanic, 2 story building, 60% hard wood, and the remaining percentage of wooden parts are weak due to decay and termites. And since the upper part was ruined by time, we occupied the lower portion.

A Hispanic building used as temporary location of imprinta, atbp
at Caballero Street, Kingking, Pantukan, Compostela Valley.

It was a Botika (drug store) long time ago. After many years, they converted the place into a residential building. And 2 years ago the building was abandoned after my brother-in-law passed away. And for a while, we agreed to use this place until our new imprinta, atbp shop starts for business.

For the meantime, we added a wall art in some part of the interior as to change and remove other people's scary perceptions regarding the old house.

My first mural / wall art design was a chinese-style watercolor painting which I found at the blog of a Korean Blogger Wonjongwoo's 2proo life story.
A chinese style watercolor painting
I love to paint bird because for me, it symbolizes freedom and peace.

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