Artist: Erin McCluskey

288 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON L5G 1H2

Created with the Steps Initiative and the Port Credit BIA as part of the Main Street Art Challenge. For these designs, I wanted to depict various scenes of nature connected to the local ecology, both past and present. I am currently interested in the composition of patterns and wanted to take motifs from my work and create bight and colourful patterns with them.

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Little By Little, A Little Becomes A Lot

Artist: Bareket Kezwer

54 Maple Ave, Barrie ON

These loving strawberries offer a gift of wellbeing to the downtown Barrie community. The strawberry, the first fruit of summer, offers hope and the promise of new possibilities.
The design was inspired through a process of reconnecting with ancestral Ashkenazi Jewish plant medicine. Berries featured prominently in the materia medica of traditional Ashkenazi herbal healers. Art is a healing practice; through my art, I am giving new life to the folk healing practices of my forebears.

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In Contemplation

Artist: Désiré Betty

Woodbine Park, Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

Performer – Live Painting of Mural “In Contemplation”, as part of September 2022 Toronto International Busker Fest for Epilepsy, Woodbine Park, Toronto.

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Perpetual Freedom II

Artist: Désiré Betty

Kensington Market, Baldwin Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Mural Facilitator and Muralist for the 3rd Annual Mural on Baldwin Street, in response to the theme “The Future without Oppression”, Kensington Market, Facilitated by StreetARToronto, Friends of Kensington Market [Facilitators: Serena Purdy, Curtia Wright & Jai Smith], Toronto.

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Magical Essence of Water

Artist: Désiré Betty

Port Union Village Common Park

As part of #ArtworxTO – WATERMARKED is an experimental mural project commissioned by Mural Routes for the Port Union Village Common Park in Toronto [Scarborough]. Rain Activated Paint was used in this design with elements that will only appear when it rains.

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Ursula Franklin and Spadina signal box mural, front and right side view.

Ursula Franklin & Spadina Signal Box

Artist: Monica Wickeler

Ursula Franklin St. and Spadina Crescent, south corner.

Using spray paint and stencils, Mural Routes artist Monica Wickeler painted two black and green figures playing leapfrog. The background is a fantastic display of pinks, blues and yellows that wrap around to the back of the mural.

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