Location: Midland, ON This is a rendering of the Brebeuf Lighthouse originally built in the 1900’s. It was built to guide ships on course from Giant’s Tomb to the channel serving Midland Bay. Read More
Artist: John Kuna, 2008 Location: 4986 Dundas Street West In this mural we see Mimico Creek winding through the valley, framed by sumac, spruce and pine, with Montgomery’s Inn shown at right. Read More
Sweet Olenka’s opened up a new location for their chocolate and ice cream shop. Read More
Location: Toronto Zoo The Shorebird exhibit mural is one of 28 murals painted for Toronto Zoo’s animal, bird and reptile exhibits. Acrylic paint on prepared concrete wall. 17’X 38′ Read More
Artist: John Kuna, 2006 Location: 4984 Dundas Street West Designed as a companion piece for the mural on the opposite wall, this mural depicts Islington ca 1912. Together they form a unique historical diorama with the first one looking east and this one looking west along Dundas Street. This mural shows… Read More
The St Clair Mural is Canada’s newest public art landmark. Created in collaboration with internationally celebrated artist PHLEGM and The STEPS Initiative.
The 8 storey mural at Toronto’s highest point, Yonge & St. Clair, reveal a contemplative human form overlooking the city. Composed of landmarks and recognizable features, such as the CN Tower, the ROM and the A-frame houses of the area, the mural acts a metaphor for the living, breathing nature of the city. Read More