Graffiti Be Gone

Graffiti Be Gone

My vision was that the floral theme would bring light and colour to the area, especially during cold and long Calgary winters. In addition to beautifying the city, the painting project encourages Calgarians to embrace fine art into their busy, everyday lives.

Legacy

Legacy

This historical mural is one of the largest paintings in Canada and figures prominently in downtown Calgary. The desire was to beautify the side of the building as well as foster pride in the legacy and activities of Calgary Petroleum, telling the story of oil and gas from its beginnings to the present day.

Pardners

Pardners

“Growing up in Alberta, you’re always aware of this cowboy thing happening and everyone knows that Calgary is the epicentre for it. I think a lot of the aesthetic is that kind of crazy Stampede — glitter cowboy hats and daisy dukes and stuff— for women. I wanted to give a different take, a different…

Bryan Gibson

Bryan Gibson

Jaimie Peerless (@phantomgirl13) organized and collectively created this mural to honour the legacy of boxer Bryan Gibson. Gibson founded the Evangeline Trail Boxing Club in Kentville, where he was an inspiring coach, referee and Olympian.

Lost Dominion

Lost Dominion

Muralist Justin Fraser-Fong completed this project in 2022. The train engine commemorates the Dominion Atlantic Railway, which historically brought Nova Scotians to and from Kentville and beyond.