Pastel Peace

My fave image from a very long mural.

However, let’s begin at the beginning, from left to right.

There’s more, but this is what I could get in 1 shot.

Too, bad! Only a few months old and already tagged.

Now, the rest of it!

Pics taken by Resa – March 11, 2018

Toronto, Canada

The Artists: 6 Artists did this peace together

Transcona

The name “Transcona” is an amalgam of Transcontinental and Strathcona.

Artist: Annie Bergen

Located in the center of the country, it was where Canada’s  second railway housed its maintenance shops, in order to service east and west.

Artist: Annie Bergen

It was built by the Grand Trunk Pacific and the National Transcontinental Railway. The project  began in 1908.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

Transcona became an official town in 1912.

Artist: Annie Bergen

Transcona became a suburb of Winnipeg in 1972.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

Although not involved in the project, Lord Strathcona was heavily involved in building the first railway, the CPR. He drove the last spike into the rails in 1885.

Artist: Annie Bergen

Pics taken by Resa – October 26, 2016

Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Artist:

🎵 Elicsr Music Mixer Two 🎵

Internet was down for a few days, felt like weeks!

Artist: Elicsr

Finally, here is part 2 of this very original mural.

Artist: Elicsr

This part is more mixer, but the music has made it happen.

Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr

Pics taken by Resa – September 21, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The entire wall in 2 pieces. First half & guitarist at end belongs t second half.

Artist: Elicsr

Second half – missing guitarist at front end

Artist: Elicsr

🎵 Elicsr Music Mixer One 🎵

I’m presenting this mural in 2 parts.

Artist: Elicsr

This pano shot takes in half of the mural.

Artist: Elicsr

Working left to right, I’m impressed with the faces of Elicsr.

Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr

Pics taken by Resa – September 21, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

First half & guitarist at end

Artist: Elicsr

Second half – missing guitarist at front end

Artist: Elicsr

Tkaranto Past/Tkaranto Future

The title of this First Nations inspired mural means “Toronto Past/Toronto Future”

Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie

This mural wraps around an old hotel, which has been converted to provide transitional housing for senior males.

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It starts on the front of the building, moving left to right. After the Toronto Feather,  is a series of small pieces that run along under the windows.

Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie

It turns the corner to reveal the above and following: from left to right.

Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie
Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie

Chief Lady Bird is Chippewa | Potawatomi | Eagle clan

Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie
Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie
Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie
Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie
Artists: Odinamaad, Chief Lady Bird, Dave Monday Oguorie
Artists: Cheif Lady Bird & Dave

Pics taken by Resa – November 12, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artists:

Odinamaad

Chief Lady Bird

Dave Monday Oguorie

Windows & a Balcony

I’d forgotten about these pics, but A Frank Angle reminded me, inadvertently.

Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)
Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)
Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)
Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)
Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)
Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)

Pics take by Resa – October 30, 2016

Winnipeg, Canada

 It was a post Frank did on Ordinary PeopleThat reminded me about this street art shot in a parking lot. The shot below is from Frank’s post.

Photo © A Frank Angle

Frank covers the Murals of Cincinnati on his blog. If you check out Ordinary People, you will be in his mural category, and can check out many more delightful works of art. TY, Frank!

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Artist: Charlie Johnston (C5 Artworks)