Photo by May Shi @mmayshi
Artist(s): Kevin Cardinal


Completed: 2019

“The design will represent a healthy, co-operative relationship between the Native culture and the community. In my artwork I use bold black lines and vibrant lively colors reminiscent of the woodland style of art. I use animals such as birds, bears, wolves, eagles, beavers, ravens and buffaloes to represent people or groups of people, and also to represent spiritual beings. I use circles to represent thoughts, ideas, statements, words, concepts, and principles. Whether you are driving or walking by the artwork, I am hoping that the art piece will aid in promoting a cooperative relationship and bring healing and unity to the community.”

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Part of YYC Bump (Beltline Urban Murals Project)
Sponsored by TD Canada Trust

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Where to Find This Mural

Location: 940 17 AVE SW, CALGARY, ALBERTA T2T 0A2 Get Directions