Julian Mulock

The COVID watercolours

A series of studies based on my sketches, memories and photographs made in foreign lands and closer to home.

Danforth Alley. In the heart of Toronto’s Greektown, this alley runs behind many Greek restaurants and on a hot day is filled with the smoke of grills and the smells of souvlaki.
Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland. Part of the old Medieval town.
Somerset House, London, UK.
Vicolo delle Carrozze, Siena, Italy. Known to my students and me as “Stinky Alley” due the redolence of forbidden activities at night!
The Hearn Generating Station, Toronto. A vast, abandoned coal-fired plant. I allowed the Venus di Milo in so that I could title this “Love Among the Ruins”.
Somerset House, London, UK.
Havana, Cuba.
Fulton Avenue, Toronto.
Vicolo delle Carrozze, Siena, Italy.
Woodland trail, Don Valley, Toronto.
The Bain Avenue Co-op, Toronto. Two blocks of Victorian styled housing interspersed with ramshackle gardens.
Stratford, Ontario.
Bain Avenue Co-op.
Bain Avenue Co-op.