Musical Healing

Artist: Désiré Betty [D.BETTY]

165 Augusta Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2L4 [Augusta and Spadina]

My piece entitled “Musical Healing” [May 2, 2022] is inspired by the undying magic of music and its good vibrations – it heals the soul in so many ways.

Commissioned to complete a planter mural in Kensington Market, Toronto by the Kensington Market BIA. Thank you for the opportunity to beautify the community and get an early start on the public art season!

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Let’s Fly T.O

Artist: Francine Freeman

5825 Dixie Rd, Mississauga, ON L4W 4V7

This mural is located in the Postcard Restaurant of the Best Western Hotel of the Toronto skyline surrounded by a vibrant sunset. The CN Tower features a light display using RGB strip lights creating a light show for the customers to enjoy.

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FUTURA at Assembly Park

Artist: André Kan

18 Interchange Way, Concord, Vaughan, Ontario

Futura (2021) a vibrant and innovative mural activation by Andre Kan serves as a significant landmark at The Assembly Park Studios in the City of Vaughan. His geometric shapes build upon one another creating a sense of interconnection, and reminding us how we are all connected in this world. Through the significance of cause and effect, this energetic, multilayered landscape is his abstract interpretation of the city’s unique future – a high-spirited dynamic blueprint of various forms coming together. Unified, bold, and in harmony, this architectural piece depicts a number of structural components and signifies the importance of creating a foundation that can be built beyond itself.

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Where We Find Our Roots

Artist: Frannie Potts and Sylvie Stojanovski of the Scarbrite Collective in collaboration with Caterina Sinclair a.k.a. Memengwaa Kwe Originals

Queen Street East & Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada

Where We Find our Roots celebrates the incredible beauty of the Don River and its surrounding waterways–paying tribute to the traditional keepers of the land, its current residents, and its potential futures.

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Sound of Water

Artist: Ray Vidal

10 Dwight Ave (Behind Second Street Junior Middle School)

This mural advocates for wildlife and water conservation by reintegrating the water, its inhabitants and local plant specimens back into the city allowing community members to reconnect with nature, water and the land they live on.

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Kind of Blue

Artist: Ray Vidal

87 Hounslow Heath Road, Toronto

Huge thank you to @kj.bit for putting on an amazing Mentor and Mentee mural jam in Oct 2021.

This is the garage I got and I immediately saw a piano. I wanted to transform the windows into black keys that glow at night. It is a whimsical play on a jazz pianist.

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