There is a Kids’ park set back in the middle of Feel Good Lane.
Care has been taken to paint kid friendly images on the garages along the park side.
This is actually the first garage, but the above painting is my fave.
Luv the Hallowe’en images!
Pics taken by Resa – December 28, 2017
This alley was painted as a tribute to Barry Luksenberg, who performed under the name “Feel Good”. At 24, he was killed in a motorcycle accident while travelling across Vietnam with a friend.
48 thoughts on “Kids’ Park in Feel Good Lane”
Doh, a deer! A female dear? And a zombie. Eclectic. I’m half tempted to just go to Toronto and do really boring graffiti, like of a turnip.
Oh wow! A turnip mural is like the potato of murals! Right on!
This area seems to be an absolute visual feast judging by the fact that I think (just about) every blog post of yours I have visited is set in this lane. It’s pretty amazing. And this is another series of beautiful works. I feel like I want to direct my city council to your blog so they can get a few ideas 🙂
It is a visual feast. I shot it on Dec. 28, 2017, so I haven’t managed to post all of it. However, I have interspersed it with some other areas of street art. I’ve made around 1350 posts of murals and street art! I never get tired of it. 😀
This is so pretty, I love the little angel , that’s my favorite too! A beautiful tribute tto Barry Luksenberg aka Feel Good. Thanks for sharing this lovely artwork. ♥️💞💕
The angel is my fave, too. There’s still more to post from the alley, which is good. It’s far too, cold to go out walking around looking for street art. The icing over of the city has been a lovely touch.
Now, I’m trying to shoot the new gown, and it’s dark every day. Got some shots this morning. They said it would be mostly sunny today. Right, it was mostly sunny for about 2 hours this morning. Well, trying! ♥️💞💕
Wonderful artwork. Its a shame about Barry. So young. You know what they say, ‘The light that burns brightest, burns shortest.’
True…. It’s wonderful how the artists came out in tribute. I’d love a painted alley in my honour when gone. Doubtful, but anything can happen.
Those are all really cool murals. That’s one mean looking Bambi.
Hahaha!! Took the thought right out of my head! Actually, the Bambi looks meaner in the photos, than in real life. Interesting.
All very sweet, Resa, though, I agree with you – the ‘header’ image is my fave. It brings back such wonderful memories of the park of my youth; the swings, the monkey-bars, the slippery-dip.. Such fun! 🙂
Seems Feel Good Lane is having the intended effect on you. Yeh…. youth and parks are wonderful things. Are they still today? OR is it youth and IPads? 😀 xoxoxoxo
These are fantastic. I love all of them but the first one, with the kids, well…fabulous. Wonderful street art.
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For me, this is one of the best garage door collections you’ve done. The first one my fav! Great finds, Resa. 🙂
I love the first one, too! 😀 There’s still more from this lane. 😀
So much colour 🙂
Alex, I’m so excited! I finished the new Art Gown, and have begun shooting!!!! 😀
Oh my gosh – the jumping girl with angels’ wings? As soon as I saw it I thought “that’s me!” I feel that the artist captured my happy soul in that painting. Wow.
You got to love art! It captures in words, painting, sculpture, gowns and anything creative… meaning.
PS- I am also the happy soul in that painting.
I figured we are two happy soul ‘sisters’ …. 🙂
The tag itself is art. Looovvveee it! Thank you, Resa! Have a beautiful weekend, without shipping snow. Michael
Agree! I’ll have a fab weekend & so will you!
These works of art, Resa, are priceless! I just LOVE Angels! Stunning absolutely stunning and how I enjoyed feeling the spirit of this painting. Thank you! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Thanks Amy! 😀 The angels are the best… agree!
(New Art Gown will be up in about a week!!!!!) so excited……..
These are wonderful Resa, my favorite being the kids playing. A lot of depth in that one. 🙂
I’m with you on that! I adore the colourful Leap Frog Angels! 😀
Such gorgeous paintings, especially the deer and the child with the wings.
Agree! There are still more paintings in this alley that I haven’t had time to post. Lots of fun!
Street art is the best kind of art. My personal favorites.
It’s so great having an art gallery in the streets!
I also take photos of graffiti. I love it. It makes mundane buildings colourful and beautiful.
It sure does make the city prettier!
What a fantabulous alley! Love, love, love the Angel frog leaper!
And the rest. Beautiful tribute indeed.
Yeah, it’s a wonderful tribute. I still have more to post from this alley….eventually!
A lovely, eclectic selection of work here, I love the one after the kids, although all of them were great in their own way. It’ll soon be Halloween as well, not wanting to rush the year through or anything!
Lol! Yes, let’s not rush the yea! Ah, you are adorable. Pardon for taking so long to answer, but I’ve been over on Art Gowns with the new one.
Well, more to come from this lane. Hope all is well!
I shall be over in an hour or so to have a gander at the new one. All is indeed well, it was a wonderful weekend, with good food and reading outside, watching the world go by. I am a man of simple pleasures.
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I am reblogging this because YOU like them and the original blogger is generous to show them
The colors of street art sing in such harmony and balance for the world to witness and be happy. 🙂
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Fantastic that there is a place in this world called “Feel Good Lane” and the artistry in it is equally as fantastic. Great photos, too, Resa. I really love the leapfrog painting, bursting with happy colors, the wings, the joy. And I like the image of the bat, isolated in the photo you snapped. The paintings are a lovely tribute to Barry L.
I am so tempted to join the fun. Delightful!
Yeah, delightful! Thank you Sidran.
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