The Junction – Pollination Street Art

Artist: Francine Freeman & High school Art Students

The Junction - Dundas Street West and Keele (4 corners), Dundas and Pacific (3 corners), Toronto, ON

Myself and my art students spent our end of semester creating sidewalk street art in The Junction consisting of flowers, bees and butterflies at 7 street corners.

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Let’s Fly T.O

Artist: Francine Freeman

5825 Dixie Rd, Mississauga, ON L4W 4V7

This mural is located in the Postcard Restaurant of the Best Western Hotel of the Toronto skyline surrounded by a vibrant sunset. The CN Tower features a light display using RGB strip lights creating a light show for the customers to enjoy.

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Sound of Water

Artist: Ray Vidal

10 Dwight Ave (Behind Second Street Junior Middle School)

This mural advocates for wildlife and water conservation by reintegrating the water, its inhabitants and local plant specimens back into the city allowing community members to reconnect with nature, water and the land they live on.

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Lucky dragon

Artist: Francine Freeman

Sandhurst Circle & Brimwood Blvd, Scarborough, Toronto, ON, Canada

This mural demonstrates the importance of the dragon and the Great Wall in Chinese culture. The Dragon representing good luck, health and strength. The Great Wall represents the unification of China. And when we think of these two things in such a beautiful, open, Canadian city, those values stretch to the sense of unity that we all have in our community.

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Clarkson Village Pollinator Panels

Artist: Marie-Judith Jean-Louis

1697 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5J 1J4

This project was curated by STEPS through their I HeART Main Street program to 26 Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) and 50+ artists who produced public art along commercial main streets, including murals, street furniture, and storefront activations.

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Past and Present

Artist: Dom Laporte

49 Chem. de Montréal E, Gatineau, QC J8M 1K3 (Handfield Group Surveyors)

This mural was awarded to me by the Masson-Angers Sector Community Association and the City of Gatineau. The wall is approx 25 x 30′, Spray Paint on Stucco.

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