Patterns of the Junction

Artist: Muralist: Julia Prajza | Animator: Jonna Petrou

Dundas St W/Pacific Ave. (Rear of building: 2975 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z2)

As its title suggests, “Patterns of the Junction,” located at 2975 Dundas St W (West Toronto Paint and Wallpaper) and viewed while travelling north on Pacific Ave, celebrates the various patterns found throughout the neighbourhood.

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Fun is Important

Artist: Bareket Kezwer

2181 Queen Street East, Toronto ON

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.

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Kingsway Community Event Mural

Artist: Kris Friesen

11001 Kingsway NW Edmonton, AB T5G 2T4

This planned public event mural was painted in one day by volunteers from the Kingsway district of Edmonton, including softball players, police, local business reps, and passers by.
The Edmonton Kingsway BIA commisioned the mural as a giant paint by numbers where anyone could help paint. The group came together and completed the wall in just a few active hours.

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Raven’s Eye View

Artist: PJ Gilhuly

310 Nelson Ave, Nelson, BC V1L 2M8

PJ Gilhuly worked with Hume School students to create “Raven’s Eye View” on the side of Hume School. Makayla Taylor and the Nelson Youth Arts Action Committee also contributed to the creation of this piece.

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If Mountains Could Talk

Artist: Steph Payne

509 Front St, Nelson, BC V1L 5S4, Canada

Toronto-based artist Steph Payne created this mural for the 2021 Nelson International Mural Festival behind the Bigby Place building, near Superior Lighting and Bath.

“Steph Payne is a Venezuelan-Canadian Artist, Designer, & Creative Director with a diverse career arc in visual arts, mural production and experiential space design.”

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Artist: Ankhone, Nicole Boyce

723 Railway St, Nelson, BC V1L 1H6, Canada

“At the beginning of the ’90s, Ankh started doing graffiti on the walls of his beautiful native city of Grenoble, nestled at the foot of the Alps.
It is this mode of expression that led him to the benches of a graphic school.
Mastering these newfound institutional techniques, he gradually transposed his pictorial and graphic work to painting, without ever breaking the link to the graffiti culture that motivated this progression.”

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