Public Murals, Original Artwork

These pictures show a variety of Public

 Murals, Lynda has worked on over the years for Townships, Museums, Private Collections and Restorations.

 They are a sampling to share the variety of work she has done over the years. Working with designers, committees, Mayors and BIA's, Lynda enjoys the collaboration, process and people met along the way!

Children's Murals Public & Private

This group of Original artwork, are children's murals, Artist ~ Lynda Moffatt has completed.

There have been Public & Private Murals over the year's, including Montessori Schools, French Immersion Schools & working with Retiree's.

Lynda feels comfortable achieving the task at hand and collaborating with designers, school boards & Principals.



I could have moved to Hawaii or retired and moved near family!
I decided to move near family and Commissioned Lynda to paint this beautiful Hawaii Scene for me.

I absolutely love it!
Every morning I have my breakfast here on my new patio set in front of this gorgeous Mural.

Thank you, Lynda for making me feel like I am on vacation everyday!

When we were looking for someone to restore the Murals in Essex, Lynda was one of our first choices.
She lived here locally and had the skillset to complete the work needed.
There were many murals painting on different walls, block, concrete, wood, etc.
Lynda had the expertese to complete the restorations in excellent quality, a timely manner and for a reasonable cost.
The Town of Essex

When we were looking for an artist to paint in our store, we looked at a few and found Lynda's skillset and wormanship to be what we were looking for.
Lynda came in and worked all day, creating handpainted backsplashes
for all the the new Building construction site for their kitchen cupboards.
These builder's only work with the best and we were so pleased with Lynda's finished paintings. She was referred out alot and did some tremendous work in the community!
The Sears Store, Leamington

Mural ~ The War of the Rebellion

Lynda's Mural was documented as a Labour of Love in the Windsor Star.
This was the first time this subject has ever been honoured in 170 yrs in a Parlimential building.

Lynda did her research, and went into the arms vault to feel and reflect on the men and what they did. Taking home their uniforms and seeing the weapons they used. Each and every Family Member that fought for this war  are listed on this Mural along with their story on what they carried. They picked up what they had and fought for Freedom.

Lynda also, chose to show an older Soldier, handing off his troops to a younger soldier!

There were lots of tears at the unveiling. Tears of overwhelm, joy and gratitude.

I knew, Lynda was the one to paint such a tribute!
What a wonderful mural it is and now Lynda is part of our stroy here at Fort Malden Museum!