A Sense of Place

Acrylic and Latex on Concrete 

The mural “A Sense of Place” by Frank Perna 1997 was painted outside the Kennedy Subway Station in Toronto as a result of a community safety audit. The purpose was to create a space that would increase the comfort level of pedestrians and commuters. Frank Perna’s mural explores the concept of a sense of place for community in the natural world accessed through technology and the racial diversity found in Toronto through six main surfaces.

Artist:  Frank Perna assisted by Scott Clatney, 1997.

Where to Find This Mural

Location: Location: Kennedy Subway Station, 2455 Eglinton Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1K, Canada Get Directions