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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Lucky dragon

Artist: Francine Freeman

Sandhurst Circle & Brimwood Blvd, Scarborough, Toronto, ON, Canada

This mural demonstrates the importance of the dragon and the Great Wall in Chinese culture. The Dragon representing good luck, health and strength. The Great Wall represents the unification of China. And when we think of these two things in such a beautiful, open, Canadian city, those values stretch to the sense of unity that we all have in our community.

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We are Diversity

Artist: Claudia Salguero

55 Mann Ave, Ottawa, ON K1N 6Y7

This 48×8 feet mural represents the vision of 120 elementary school kids about diversity. It was painted with their participation at the Viscount Alexandre School in Ottawa.
As a MASC artist in Ottawa, I created this mural for the 2018 MASC annual Awesome Arts Festival in Sandy Hill.

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Outside the Box

Artist: Sarah Alinia Ziazi

1760 Ellesmere Rd, Scarborough, ON M1H 2T9

This Bell box visualizes feminine energy and beauty through the juxtaposition of a floral background.

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Tea Time in Pepperland

Artist: Julia Prajza

4934 Dundas St W, Etobicoke, ON M9A 1B7

A magical and lush world, complete with quirky tea cups. Inspired by the theme of home, Julia Prajza designed this playful mural based on her upbringing in Etobicoke and the feelings of warmth, love, togetherness, and most importantly tea time.

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