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

ABC of Murals

“A” – is for Aboriginal.

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Artist: Adnate – Photo © Carolyn Page

This outstanding piece is sent to us by Carolyn Page

Artist: Adnate - Photo © Carolyn Page
Artist: Adnate – Photo © Carolyn Page

Find it on: Bishopgate Street, Wickham, Newcastle, Australia. Based in Melbourne, in the state of Victoria, Adnate created the image in 2015.

Artist: Adnate - Photo © Carolyn Page
Artist: Adnate – Photo © Carolyn Page 

  Pics taken by Carolyn Page – March,  2016

Newcastle, Australia

⭐ THANK YOU Carolyn ! ⭐

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Artist: Adnate – Photo © Carolyn Page

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Artists: Female Victims of Poverty &/or Violence

This bird, in a Canadian aboriginal style, is by the Crossing Communities Art Project“.

Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project - founded by: Edith Regier
Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project – founded by: Edith Regier

Local artists make art with women who are marginalized by social/injustice issues. They’ve either been in conflict with the law, in prison or at risk of offending due to a past history of poverty or violence.

Pics taken by: Resa  – October 27, 2014

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Murals of Winnipeg

Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project - founded by: Edith Regier
Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project – founded by: Edith Regier