Paul Mullally, a long time Broadmoor resident and Seattle native was among a group of artist selected from around the world to display their work at the 2012 Olympics in London, at the Olympic Fine Arts 2012.
The piece of art submitted by Paul Mullally was an oil painting titled “Alaska Bound-Triumph of Spirit.” The work depicts a scene from Fisherman’s Terminal, home to the Alaskan fishing fleet. In Paul’s words, the painting exemplifies the Olympic theme.
“To me, fishing in the Arctic expresses what it means to have unity of spirit in pursuit of a common goal. The beauty of nature, in all its forms, along with an atmosphere of fair competition and common purpose are at the heart of the Arctic fishing profession.”
Olympic Fine Arts 2012 is sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee and sponsored by the People’s Republic of China. The exhibition will take place at the Museum of London from August 1st through August 7th.
Great work Paul.