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.
Toronto’s first-ever interactive augmented reality mural, designed in partnership with local artists, with The Junction BIA and funded through the City of Toronto’s Outdoor Mural and Street Art Program.
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.
These loving strawberries offer a gift of wellbeing to the downtown Barrie community. The strawberry, the first fruit of summer, offers hope and the promise of new possibilities.
The design was inspired through a process of reconnecting with ancestral Ashkenazi Jewish plant medicine. Berries featured prominently in the materia medica of traditional Ashkenazi herbal healers. Art is a healing practice; through my art, I am giving new life to the folk healing practices of my forebears.
Tropical meditation lobby, commissioned by Sol exotica ‘s owner Sevag Kalachian completed on October 14 2022.
total 360 hours