Wild Life

It’s a sweet, imaginative piece in a parking lot.

I mean, here’s Toronto’s cityscape, CN Tower and all, with a parrot and elephants.

… and a BUNNY!

The wall dints in & out.


Around the final corner is a trapped elk.

At least I caught his reflection.

Not only was he trapped by a car,

… he was imprisoned, which is how I found the painting. I had to find out how to get a better shot of him. That’s when I found the rest!

Pics taken by Resa – June 4, 2019

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

Too, Cute Puppies

Bark, bark, bark!  I heard about these dogs in an alley. Grrrr, Grrr!

Artist:Christine Mazzulla

Snarrll, Snarrll! I found the dogs, and I also found an alley full new art! Barrk, Barrk!

Artist:Christine Mazzulla

Growwll!  Snarrll!

Artist:Christine Mazzulla

Pics taken by Resa – September 21, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

Studio Takeuma: Zoo Sketches

These zoo sketches by Japanese artist Takeuma, presented on Global Art Junkie are beautifully naive, colorful and perfect for Kids’ Month. J. Walters, the Art Junkie, showcases all kinds of arts from over the world. She also hosts Canadian Art Junkie, & is presenting a spectacular series on 150 Canadian Artists over the year 2017, Canada’s 150th birthday. Don’t miss out!

A Wolf Inspires a Poem for Kids’ Month

Much love to you dear Christy, for sharing your talent here on Kids’ Month. This poem is truly inspired, and you are a hero to me. I also thank you (and Aquileana) for making me aware of “Let Girls Learn”. It is one of the charities I am supporting here,on KM!

Poetic Parfait

Hi all! This new poem called “Challenge” gets its inspiration from a particular piece of street art depicting a wolf. The amazing artwork was photographed by Resa of Graffiti Lux and Murals, as part of Kids’ Month. Resa has taken photos of wonderful youth-friendly street art and asked for submissions of poetry and short stories to accompany them throughout the month of March. I’m happy to be a part of the exciting project this year! You can participate too by following the link above.

This wolf art caught my eye with its bright colors and wonderful details. The artist is Cash Akoza.

Blue Eyed Wolf Street Art Wolf Art Inspires Poetry. Art © Cash Akoza. Photo © Resa McConaghy.

And here is the poem that stirred in my mind as I looked at the wolf street art:


You’re a lone wolf,
Away from the pack and
Savoring a fearless thought,
Blue eyes intent on the path…

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Raised by Wolves

Just kidding, but the wolf rules.

Child #1

The official title is “It Takes a Village to Raise a Child”. I see a child, and the village is comprised of animals.

Child #0

Near Ossington and Bloor, this mural is a revamp of an older mural that was whitewashed over.

Child #2

Artists: Javid, Logan, Brandon, Eli, Vectr, Viviana, Rez, and Danillo

Child #3

From left to right:

Child #3b

Child #4

Child #5

Child #6

It’s a beautiful child and all of the animals are wonderful!

Child #7

Child #8

Child #2b

Pics taken by Resa, on May  7, 2014

Toronto, Canada