Colourmedicine

Colourmedicine

Large scale building mural for Mount Sinai Hospital by Jacquie Comrie, a multidisciplinary Toronto-based artist and mental health advocate, who was selected from a shortlist of four local artists after extensive staff and community consultations.

Mural by Jared Betts

Mural by Jared Betts

This mural was painted by Jared Betts for Festival Inspire in 2016. This non-profit festival aims to establish art in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found here: www.festivalinspire.com. Jared Betts’s paintings are included in numerous corporate and private collections in Paris, Toronto, Montreal, LA, China, Australia and…

Neoma

Neoma

This work is an exploration of the psychology of colour, its powerful effects on the human body and mind, holding space for much needed mindfulness and to remind us all to pause and BREATHE.

True Happiness

True Happiness

Lucas is meant to send uplifting messages to anyone passing by; the pink electricity symbolizes this energy and positivity. Anyone can pose in the black cutout, take a photo and see themselves getting energy from the mural. The wall also has a heart symbolizing happiness.

Mikisew

Mikisew

Peatr is an Ininew/Anishinaabe artist. The mural “Mikisew” – meaning “eagle” in the Ininew language – is made up of the Ininew syllabics ‘sah’ ‘kih’ ‘tah’, which make the Ininew word for “love.” The syllabics are overlayed with the silhouette of an eagle, which is part of the 7 Sacred Grandfather Teachings and represents love.

Spirit Stories

Spirit Stories

10 murals painted along the edge of the Humber River under Old Mill subway station by Philip Cote supported by Artworx TO, starting with the Anishinaabe creation story of the beginning of the universe.

Dreamscape

Dreamscape

Dreams are our exaggerated reality. Real-life is hard, but dreamscape is the ‘in-betweenness, a place where consciousness and subconsciousness co-exists and where we succumb to or conquer our inhibitions, basically decide our truths.

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This 100 x 40ft mural is painted on the Historic Hudson’s Bay building on Stephen ave. and 1st St SW in Calgary AB. The composition is centered around the avenue’s namesake Baron George Stephen who is surrounded by symbols celebrating the buildings history and his importance to Canadians today.