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).
The mural Battle of Vimy Ridge was indentured by the Whitecourt Royal Canadian Legion as part of an outdoor Canadian military mural gallery. The fundraiser project used the Canada 150 mural project for 7 murals in total.
A mural of the original Pit head that stood at the very spot of the mural. The mural is the replicate of an original picture from 1935.
“Chilliwack’s Freshwater Wealth” shows a bright example of a town with an abundance of natural substance in it’s rivers, lakes, and waterways. The purpose of this mural for the City of Chilliwack is to emphasize local residents and their connection to the water and nature surrounding them. The 16 by 40 foot artwork is painted in acrylic on aluminum composite panels and was installed in March of 2022.
The ocean wildlife of British Columbia is shown above and below the water in this Parksville, BC mural. The coastal landscape on the left of the mural is taken from western Vancouver Island while two orcas move towards the viewer as the main feature.
Paradise BC Ocean Mural is responsible for this mural which was completed in July of 2019. “Paradise BC Ocean Mural” was painted in acrylic on stucco and is 7 feet tall by 27 feet wide.
Empire Collision celebrated their 50th anniversary with this mural showing highlights from the last 50 years of Edmonton. The small business wanted to give back to Edmonton by showcasing a mural about the city. The mural unveiling served as a 50th anniversary commemoration event during which a 1964 mustang was donated to the Kid’s Cottage charity with a raffle.