Photo by Daisy Wu
A four panel mural, on a green background. The far left panel shows four figures and four sets of hands, which are red, blue, yellow and white. The hands hold various animals, and the words "All nations hold these teachings" stands in the middle. To the right, is a medicine wheel with various animals within it. Then, a pink heart with various faces, and a sun with flowers.
Artist(s): Carey Sinclair, Wolsey Family Place students, Jennie O'Keefe, Art City Youth, Mulvey students


Completed: 2003

This mural was part of a project by Creative Retirement, the making of “The Labyrinth of Lifelong Learning,” a mural also at this location. KAYAK is short for Kommunity and Youth Art Konsortium, which consisted of students from Mulvey school, Wolseley Family Place and from Art City, all who helped create this piece. The mural represents indigenous values and the medicine wheel. One panel reads; “All Nations Hold These Teachings.” Different coloured hands hold animals which represent different teachings. The last two panels show a heart and a sun. The heart consists of many faces within it, showing that love paves the path for all our relations. The sun is the provider of light and energy, and is filled with flowers which symbolize this life.

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Location: 270 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2B9, Canada Get Directions