Photo by J Spinney
A woman in a patterned hood overlooks an apple - floating on the exposed brick of the building. She is surrounded by zigzags, a moose, flowers, and a blue jay.
Artist(s): Aaron Glasson

Apple of my Eye

Completed: 2015

Aaron Glasson painted this mural in 2015 for Festival Inspire in collaboration with Celeste Byers. The Moncton-based festival aims to establish murals in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found at

Glasson’s mural imagines a reality where extraterrestrial visitors experience Moncton for the first time, interacting with its cultural icons in the process. More of Glasson’s work can be found on his website:

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Where to Find This Mural

Location: 120 Westmorland Street Moncton, NB E1C 1G2 Get Directions

Accessibility: This mural overlooks a flat, paved parking lot and can be easily viewed from the surrounding sidewalk. The mural in its entirety is often obscured by parked cars.