Starlight

Artist: Désiré Betty

King Street West & Peter Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) “3rd Annual Festival Street” Live Mural Painting “Starlight” in response to the theme “Toronto is the Star”, as part of #StARTatTIFF “Art Walk” Activation, commissioned by Surface Art, StreetARToronto, TIFF, Toronto

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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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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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Ego vs. Spirit & Spiritual Manifestation

Artist: Désiré Betty

Conlins Road at Milner Avenue, Scarborough

This section of the cycle track stretches North from the bridge over the 401 on both the East and West side to just south of Auto Mall Drive on Conlins Road.
This cycle track project was organized by StreetARToronto. The theme was dissolved from community engagement and feedback surveys conducted by StreetARToronto within the Meadoway and Conlins Road communities.

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Summer Evenings

Artist: Khaula Siddique

Conlins Road, Scarborough, ON, Canada

The designs are themed around the natural beauty of the area (Rouge National Park), the wildlife that inhabits it and childhood nostalgia; being out late into the summer evenings enjoying the weather and summer activities with friends. The tall grasses are a throwback to the meadows. The murals were painted with outdoor exterior acrylic paint for Street Art Toronto as part of their concrete barrier art program.

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Wild Geese

Artist: STYNA

3 View St, Nelson, BC V1L 2V1

STYNA created this mural for the 2022 Nelson International Mural Festival on the roof of Kootenay Lake Hospital’s emergency department. The wall is visible from view street, as well as visible to the patients in the hospital’s palliative care ward.

“Wild Geese” is inspired by Mary Oliver’s poem “Wild Geese”.

“Christina Huynh is an illustrator and muralist based in Western Sydney, Australia that paints under the name STYNA. Her art practice involves creating murals, illustrations and picture books from differing mediums of watercolour, ink and pen to acrylic and aerosol.

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