Here’s a mural with the spirit I love about Virginia. It’s like our state seal except now she has more arms and she’s a mermaid. This mural has a lot to say. It’s about woman empowerment to me but it’s also about modern times and issues.
She’s not human so maybe she’s a goddess.
That looks like the eye of an Egyptian goddess in the sun.
These could be wind turbines with a lighthouse. You can get your boat in safely here. Maybe the wind turbines are in the mural because some people don’t want to see them out there in the water. As for me, I don’t care. If I want to paint the ocean and the turbines are there, I could either paint them or not.
I think this is a waterspout or tornado that could be dangerous to the city buildings. And also here’s a blade to kill the tyrant, but he has so many ways to die in this mural.
One funny thing about the real VA. state seal is that every once in a while some idiot in our elite ruling class wants to change the seal and put a bra on Virginia. I keep thinking it’s a joke, but they’re serious about it.
Why do the politicians worry about that nipple when things more serious are happening? I’ll tell you why. They know they could be the tyrant and a woman could rise up against them. It’s fear of feminine power. Virginia, she did it before and she can do it again, knocking down the tyrant. People think sic temper tyrannis means death to tyrants but it really means thus always to tyrants. The tyrant isn’t dead yet. Does she spare his life?
Notice the nipple design is repeated in the forehead? hahahahaha Take that nipple haters!
The artist that designed the mural is John Hutchinson. He and his friend, Igor who has a design business, worked on the mural overtime for 18 days with hours put in by other guys too, and my hair stylist, Burcu helped, she’s married to John. It’s at 17 and 1/2 St. and Baltic in Virginia Beach.