Taste of Punjab

Artist: Manpreet Kaur

8 Strathearn Avenue, Brampton ON Canada L6T 4P1

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.

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The Collins

Artist: Tim Nijenhuis - Ninehouse Productions

33 King St W, Dundas, ON L9H 1T5

Chronological history of the Collins Brewhouse – transitioning from left to right from the late 1800s, 1900s, 1920s, 1950s, 1970s, today featuring street scene with stores, automobiles and people.

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Barton Street – Canada 150 – 2 of 3

Artist: Tim Nijenhuis - Ninehouse Productions

342 Barton St E, Hamilton, ON L8L 2X7

Young boy in front of store front from 1940’s with steel fabrication in the background, a Studebaker, and scenes from Hamilton in the background including the Lancaster airplane in the sky.

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Ottawa Street

Artist: Tim Nijenhuis - Ninehouse Productions

240 Ottawa St N, Hamilton, ON L8H 3Z7

Trompe l’Oeill of archway and stairs displaying architectural elements 20′ x 75′ – Acrylic on cinder block.

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Empowered Energy

Artist: Désiré Betty [D.BETTY]

Arts and Main [Milton Leisure Centre], Milton, Ontario

My digital artwork piece entitled “Empowered Energy” was created specifically for the Exclusively Inclusive Art Project, commissioned and organized by ArtsMilton.

“Empowered Energy” is meant to convey the power of authenticity; an awareness of self.

*Digital artwork was reproduced as a vinyl wrap for this particular traffic signal box.

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Urban Harmony

Artist: Kris Friesen

12245 131 St NW Edmonton, AB

Urban Harmony is the sister mural of Natural Harmony at the Aurora Charter School in Edmonton, Alberta. Teachers, parents, and myself, as the mural artist wanted to strike the imagination of students using technology, architecture, fantasy, and nature inspired by the southern hemisphere, where the sky has Aurora Australis, not Aurora Borealis (the school’s name sake).

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