Cocoa tree in field with bushes in background and sunset coloured clouds.

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2403 33 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2T 2A2

On wall across from Master Chocolat Marda Loop.

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Horse and cow ranch on left side with oil rigs in background. Mountains in distance. Portrait of workers on right side.

Legacy

Artist: Doug Driediger

319 5 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 0L5

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.

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Bird standing on a Sun-like object with leaves and abstract strokes of colour in the background.

Billionaire

Artist: Bruno Canadien

223 8 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 1B9

his design is rooted in my painting practice, meshing the floral imagery that reference my Dene heritage, with an original image of the Evening Grosbeak, a local bird, to create a dynamic, fun and expressive artwork.

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From left to right. Woman figure floating with flowy clothing, portrait of a big-horned sheep on the side of her. Graffiti stylized lettering on far right side of wall.

Sunset Dream

Artist: Alexander Bacon

602 12 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 1J3

This piece represents my time in Calgary and the surrounding area – the vibrant nightlife and beautiful Rockies.

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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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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.

RH150 Bell Box Mural – Highway 7 and Leslie 120-7

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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