Located in front of the 250 Portage building in Downtown, this is one of the many transit boxes that Sarah Collard has painted in Winnipeg. It depicts musicians of various cultures playing various instruments. The building in the background of the painting is quite similar to its surrounding buildings in the downtown area.
Painted on the side of African Food General, this mural creates the illusion of a detailed building on a simple stone wall. To the left of these buildings is a sign which contains a list of the businesses which once resided in this building strip.
Three dimensional illusion of a hand holding a silver rod of Asclepius, symbol of medical science, on the side of a medical building.
Irish street scene on exterior wall adjacent to the former Irish Pub, Rebel Rock
Chronological history of the Collins Brewhouse – transitioning from left to right from the late 1800s, 1900s, 1920s, 1950s, 1970s, today featuring street scene with stores, automobiles and people.
Young boy in front of store front from 1940’s with steel fabrication in the background, a Studebaker, and scenes from Hamilton in the background including the Lancaster airplane in the sky.