While creating this mural, I felt like I am back in my homeland, as I painted all the Punjabi Cultural things like old house scene, with people celebrating the life with Bhangra. Some scenic beauty of open green fields, cultural attire and of course the nature around. It was a beautiful experience, working at this restaurant, do visit there and enjoy the vibe and the food.
The Downtown Milton Business Improvement Area is dedicated to building a resilient and vibrant downtown community with welcoming spaces for everyone to enjoy. In 2022, we worked with Arts Milton, STEPS Public Art, a local property owner, business owners, residents and supporters to install a large new mural downtown. The project received funding from the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario)’s Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF). The mural was installed in the Spice o’ Life Parkette near the intersection of Main St. E. and Charles St. It was painted in the fall 2022 and took place in conjunction with Milton Culture Days presented by Arts Milton. The mural was unveiled in November 2022.
The mural Battle of Vimy Ridge was indentured by the Whitecourt Royal Canadian Legion as part of an outdoor Canadian military mural gallery. The fundraiser project used the Canada 150 mural project for 7 murals in total.
A mural of the original Pit head that stood at the very spot of the mural. The mural is the replicate of an original picture from 1935.
This is a contemporary mural interpretation of the scroll masterpiece Along the River During the Qingming Festival 清明上河圖. Located in Edmonton’s Chinatown, the mural was commissioned by the McCauley Revitalization.
Zhang Zeduan painted the original scroll ,also named Qingming Shanghe Tu, 900 years ago. Created during the prosperous Song Dynasty the original scroll shows daily life in the capital city Bianjing (now Kaifeng), one of the most urban areas in the world at the time.
Empire Collision celebrated their 50th anniversary with this mural showing highlights from the last 50 years of Edmonton. The small business wanted to give back to Edmonton by showcasing a mural about the city. The mural unveiling served as a 50th anniversary commemoration event during which a 1964 mustang was donated to the Kid’s Cottage charity with a raffle.