Producer: Women Paint

A mural depicting an older figure looking skyward, painted in hyper realistic detail, painted on a garage door.


Womxn Paint, 2018, Toronto, On. 15’ x 20’ (300 square feet)

Created for the Womxn Paint festival in downtown, Toronto, a festival celebrating women in street arts, while revitalizing Toronto’s laneways.

Artists: Lacey and Layla Art (LALA)

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Community Tree Mural for Womxn Paint

Based on the theme "Naturally Resilient", these outreaching branches may also look like roots or rivers from Toronto’s ravines. The Canadian red and white gradients integrate into the system, representing Rexdale’s diversity. All backgrounds grow together, connect and share, making a unique neighborhood in North Etobicoke.

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Mother Nature

The mural is located on the northern retaining wall along Finch Ave W between Kipling Ave and Islington Ave.

This year’s murals will visually share authentic stories that celebrate building strength, connection and community through developing our relationship with the natural world.
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Artist: Desire Betty

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Empowered Womxn Empower Womxn

Womxn Paint, with support from StreetARToronto, hosted a second jam August 10th — 19th , 2018 in the laneway between 136 McCaul Street and 39 D’Arcy Street. A talented mix of 30 emerging and mid-career artists transformed 4,225+ sq.ft into murals responding to the theme “Uplifting Each Other”.

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Jieun Kim for Womxn Paint 2017

This mural is painted as part of Womxn Paint 2017. Womxn Paint aims to create a supportive community of female identified artists and to inspire young women to build meaningful careers through murals and community engagement. Womxn Paint brings together professional artists and community members and hold spaces where they feel empowered through art.

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