I really like this relief on the side of the Jorma Jarvi building beside the harbour. Jarvi was a well known Finnish architect.
The plaque beside the relief says
Meritullin Seurakuntatalo Sjotullsgarden.
I don’t know whether the relief is designed by Jarvi, or just the building. Perhaps someone out there knows.
A kind reader has pointed out that the tile relief is by Carl Wilhelms (1889 – 1953) The subject of the work is from the New Testament, chapter 5, verse 1, of Luke where Jesus calls upon Peter and the other disciples. In the passage Jesus is teaching from the boat of a fisherman named Peter. After finishing he tells Peter to row the boat to deep water and cast his nets. Peter replies that he has been fishing all night with no catch. Yet he does what Jesus asks of him and receivs a miraculous draught of fish.