Monday Murals – 30th Street Underpass Mural – Part 1


….this 500 ft. mural is so large and complex…I’ve divided it into four parts

Excerpt from marlapasquin.ca: The client, Nick Sweetman, is a multidisciplinary artist who has worked with muralists and First Nations historian Phil Cote to design a mural to imbue the indigenous oral traditions of storytelling and traditional spiritual perspectives. The 500 ft nature-themed mural celebrates the plants and animals whose natural habitat is the Toronto shoreline.

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Thanks to Marsha for hosting Photographing Public Art https://alwayswrite.blog/2022/07/29/ppac-57-aliens-invade-prescott/ and Sami for hosting Monday Murals https://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2022/

18 thoughts on “Monday Murals – 30th Street Underpass Mural – Part 1

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