The mural town Chemenas is located 30 kilometers south of Naimo City on Vancouver Island and 80 kilometers north of Victoria. It can be reached by taking Highway 1. The population of the town is about 4000 people. The exquisite small streets in the town and the simple folk customs make tourists feel very cordial, especially the large number of murals on the outer walls that the town is proud of, which makes tourists linger.
This is called the mural town, and the murals are related to the history of aboriginal people
The small town of Chemenus on Vancouver Island is the world's largest gathering of outdoor murals and sculptures. Wandering on the streets of the town, stopping to admire the large murals that stand facing each other and reflect the history of Vancouver Island. I think about the scene in the painting and breathe the fragrance of the trees in the sun. Time suddenly becomes trance.
Can you imagine that graffiti can also be in the art hall? I believe that those who have seen this mural on Chemainus Street may change their prejudice against "street artists". The three Indians' fortitude faces have brought too much visual impact to people. Strong, it can be described as "shock"! Today, this work has not only become the business card of the small town Chemainus, but also a business card of Vancouver Island.