remembrance day

Collection by Orne Murray

Orne Murray

Silhouettes Installation

Canada Day Chalk Pastel Art Project for Kids

Create this stunning Canada Day chalk pastel art with only a few simple supplies! Kids will love using chalk pastels to make this super easy art project.


Lest We Forget

Jason Pankratz - Tillsonburg Legion Branch 153

Silhouettes Installation

Lest we forget

Lest we forget

2015 BC/Yukon Poster & Literary Contest Winners

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In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead.

Five Remembrance Day Reads For Families - UrbanMoms

Written by Kait Fowlie Looking for a way to make Remembrance Day meaningful for kids? Stories can communicate the significance of the 11th in a way that’s a little more relatable and engaging than your average elementary school assembly. These 5 reads explain the symbolism of the poppy, the history of WW1, and more. A […]

Flanders Field too present day

Flanders Field Once green and peaceful lay Until those fateful days Where rivers of crimson red Flowed in endless streams Scattered torsos of fallen men Lay twisted and torn Lifeless and still they…

War Poppy Collection - expressionist art by Jacqueline Hurley. Buy online.

Professionally produced remembrance War Poppy prints to buy online. Open & Limited Editions. Free UK Delivery. 1914-1918, 1939-1945 and recent conflicts.


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Fallen But Not Forgotten by Jacqueline Hurley

Commemorating the brave and adaptable Army Air Corps, protecting and supporting our troops on the ground whilst collecting vital intelligence to keep our freedoms safe.

Wire/Ghost Soldiers - Remembrance Day Tribute

This morning I headed a few miles down the M5 to Slimbridge, Gloucestershire to see and photograph a tribute to WWI & WWII veterans from the Slimbridge parish. This artwork is in the St. John's churchyard. Each soldier is looking down on a gravestone of a WWI or WWII veteran. The soldiers are made from wire and called 'Wire Soldiers' though I've taken to referring to them as 'Ghost Soldiers' as they have a ghost-like, almost holographic quality. A brilliant idea beautifully executed by…