From left to right. Boy picking a coconut from a tree and portrait of Bob Marley underneath. In the middle a sidep portrait of a little girl kissing a mango. Palm tree leaves and blue skies of a beach with blue ocean in distance.

It’s a Vybe

Artist: Adrianne Williams

1510 6 St SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0N2

The sun the beaches, the food, the ocean … there are no words… just a Vybe.

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From right to left. Part of a butterfly wing next to a feather and to the left a mountain merged with different colours and shapes at the bottom.

Strength and Fragility

Artist: Luke Ramsey

203 15 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 1G4

he abstraction plays into how things aren’t always pretty and whole, but the broken-up pieces all belong together to transform holistically.

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Red cowboy/cowgirl boots with black foral pattern and fern pattern in background.

Pardners

Artist: Jill Stanton

1126 17 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2T 0B4

“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 …

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The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Ghazaleh Rastgar to paint Bell Box at Highway 7 and Leslie Intersection in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary.

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Artist: Ghazaleh Rastgar

Highway 7 & Leslie Street, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Ghazaleh Rastgar to paint Bell Box at Highway 7 and Leslie Intersection in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary. For each project, artists were asked to capture Richmond Hill’s past, present and future to provide a sense of social connectivity and community pride.

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The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Robin Hesse to paint Bell Box at Weldrick and Avenue Intersection in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary.

RH150 Bell Box Mural – Weldrick and Avenue 403-2

Artist: Robin Hesse

Weldrick Road West & Avenue Road, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Robin Hesse to paint Bell Box at Weldrick and Avenue Intersection in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary. For each project, artists were asked to capture Richmond Hill’s past, present and future to provide a sense of social connectivity and community pride.

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The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Gloria Hope to paint Bell Box at Richmond Street in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary.

RH150 Bell Box Mural – Richmond St. 101-1

Artist: Gloria Hope

Richmond Street & Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

The City of Richmond Hill commissioned Gloria Hope to paint Bell Box at Richmond Street in celebration of “RH150”, the City’s 150th Anniversary. For each project, artists were asked to capture Richmond Hill’s past, present and future to provide a sense of social connectivity and community pride.

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