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.

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Outside the Box mural by Anna May Henry, completed in 2016 and supported by stART Toronto. Image reflects an elephant popcorn box and adjusted to say “Love & Unity.”

Everyone Belongs

Everyone Belongs

‘Everyone Belongs’ is the base of the beautiful message that the Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre offers, allowing Calgarians to live as a city that continues to grow and make space for people from all walks of life.

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This 100 x 40ft mural is painted on the Historic Hudson’s Bay building on Stephen ave. and 1st St SW in Calgary AB. The composition is centered around the avenue’s namesake Baron George Stephen who is surrounded by symbols celebrating the buildings history and his importance to Canadians today.

Sea Goddess Building the Land

Sea Goddess Building the Land

Bunker mural painted on all 4 sides by FPMONKEY in aerosol, featuring a sea goddess inspired by Chinese mythology building the land which turns into the Toronto skyline. Theme given to artist was “the land.” Yachts are seen in the water to reflect the nearby boat pier along the waterfront. Located at Coronation Park, funded by stART Toronto. Completed in 2023.