Simona Lisa

Simona Lisa

I have photographed a Calgary artist [Simone Saunders] with her textile work. Her work is especially important these days on a global scale, but I am also hoping to utilize this opportunity with BUMP in order to bring attention and support to one of my peers in the Calgary art scene. The overall composition plays off of the form of Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa with a modern subject.

The Blues

The Blues

Large scale mural for local landmark Grossman’s Tavern featuring legendary blues musicians, painted by John Nobrega and assisted by Allan Bender and Haven Hughes.

Bryan Gibson

Bryan Gibson

Jaimie Peerless (@phantomgirl13) organized and collectively created this mural to honour the legacy of boxer Bryan Gibson. Gibson founded the Evangeline Trail Boxing Club in Kentville, where he was an inspiring coach, referee and Olympian.

Sassy Pants

Sassy Pants

Celine Gabrille’s mural pays tribute to her favourite fashion icon – her mother. Her mother wore tailored suits to project a feminist, stylish message to classes at Acadia University in the 1960’s.

Mural by Wild Drawing

Mural by Wild Drawing

Muralist Wild Drawing painted this mural for Festival Inspire in 2018. This non-profit, Moncton-based festival aims to establish art in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found here: www.festivalinspire.com. WD is an artist born in Bali, Indonesia. His murals can be found all over the world, online at…

Train Conductor

Train Conductor

SLIM SAFONT painted this mural in 2022 for Festival Inspire, a Moncton-based, non-profit street art festival. More of Safont’s artwork can be found online at www.slimsafont.com and on Instagram: @slimsafont

Mural by Eelco

Mural by Eelco

This mural was painted in 2015 by Dutch artist Eelco van den Berg on Edith Cavell School for Festival Inspire. This non-profit festival aims to establish art in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found here: www.festivalinspire.com. 270 students from Edith Cavell collaborated with the artist on this…

Apple of my Eye

Apple of my Eye

Aaron Glasson painted this mural in 2015 for Festival Inspire in collaboration with Celeste Byers. The Moncton-based festival aims to establish murals in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found at www.festivalinspire.com. Glasson’s mural imagines a reality where extraterrestrial visitors experience Moncton for the first time, interacting with…

Symbiosis

Symbiosis

The communication of this work serves as a direct alert, conveying a message of urgency and inspiring action. Simultaneously, it fosters emotional bonds with these endangered species, reminding us of the beauty and fragility of our natural world.

Mural by Pat Joy

Mural by Pat Joy

Located at the corner of Orange Lane and Main Street, this mural was painted by Pat Joy for Festival Inspire in 2020. The festival aims to establish art in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found at www.festivalinspire.com. Joy’s work, including tattoos, can be found at @patjoytattoo.

Blue Jay Mural by Etien’

Blue Jay Mural by Etien’

This mural was painted in 2017 by French muralist Etien’ for Festival Inspire. The festival aims to establish art in public spaces, promoting accessible, community-engaged art. More information about the festival can be found here: www.festivalinspire.com. Etien’s work is a multi-disciplinary artist can be found on Instagram @etien.fr and on his website: https://etien.fr/