Made with Street Art Toronto for Conlins Road Cycle Track. For the theme of Body, I created an energetic design full of colourful moving bodies, dancing and overlapping.
This mural was created with the Junction BIA and Articulations. Located at 2802 Dundas St W, the mural’s overarching theme celebrates art in some of it’s most basic elements– line, shape & colour. Articulations provides art supplies for all levels of creators to play and experiment with these concepts in their artwork. Inspired by Heather’s theme of ‘taking a line for a walk’, these abstract shapes and lines reference the beginnings of forms found in nature and, like the start of a creative project, explore the potential to become anything.
Located at 2802 Dundas St W (ARTiculations Art Supply), “Composition with Abstract Shapes and Lines” overarching theme celebrates art in some of its most basic elements – line, shape, and colour.
As part of ArtworxTO, WATERMARKED is an experimental mural project that allowed artists and community members of all ages and abilities to experiment with rain-activated paint while co-creating a temporary public artwork at the Port Union Village Common Park in Scarborough.
This mural responds to the excitement and joy the Beach Community shared about the opening of a new space to play, build new memories together and see a splash of colour in an urban landscape. These were shared during 16 hours of art-based programming and engagement with children and youth.
Tanya Pixie Johnson created this mural on the back of the Community Futures building for the 2020 Nelson International Mural Festival.
“It is my intention that this reference will create stylistic dialogue with other Art Deco design and architectural features in the city. The composition includes two cat-like sentinels and the suggestion of arches or doorways, water and tree or plant-like forms
These ideas are stylized to meet the design parameters proposed by the client.”