Located on their garage, facing the bustling street of Davenport, is an artistic interpretation of the family who lives there. As lovers of animals, nature and adventure, this whimsical mural captures their spirits, recreating the three of them as a whale, octopus and mermaid having the time of their lives on a canoe trip.
The Tahlequah mural visualises the story of Tahlequah, an orca who carried the body of her calf (Tali) for seventeen days following Tali’s death. For Mo Thunder, this mural is about community care. This mural was painted as part of WomxnPaintTO.
A mural made by mother and daughter. A work of labour and love. Assisted by the community with tools and labour.
“Bright Lights” was inspired while the artist was camping in one of Ontario’s Provincial Parks. Sarah was walking back to her campsite in the dark when she saw a stranger carrying a lantern in the distance. Enchanted by flickering fireflies and the warmth of the lantern light through the trees, she stored the image in her memory for a dreary day when she would live the moment again through her art.
Meet the Street Mural Festival.
This mural was painted for a Hair college.
North York Arts.
Indoor digital mural for North York Centre at the entrance of the building.