Blue Wolf

I fell in love with this classic piece of alley art the second I laid eyes on it!

I shot from across the oddly busy alley, by a parked car. Parked cars offer a huge bit of protection from moving traffic.

The car also worked well for reflections. Note the woman’s face at the bottom of the reflection. This is from a mural I posted last year, & it’s on the side street. Cool, huh?

Then I shot strange angles from the side of the street the mural was painted on.

Pics taken by Resa – March 8, 2020

Toronto, Canada

The Artists:

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:

Challenge

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

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Sherrie’s Fairies

It had been our best muralling day, and then the fairies were a bonus!

Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour

Sherrie and I had done the Exchange District, the weather was gorgeous and “The Rocket” was purring like a kitten.

Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour

We head out to grab a Train Mural that had been obscured by a semi last time I’d been in the Peg. That’s when we found the Fairies.

Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour

Sherrie had to stay with “The Rocket” while I shot. She was cool with that, as she was idling by this graffed-out dumpster she fancied.

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Even though it had been fouled by a giant tag, the mural was splendid.

Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour

 

Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour

Pics taken by: Resa  – October 27, 2014

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Murals of Winnipeg

Artist: Tiffany Seymour
Artist: Tiffany Seymour

The Winds are Changing – pt.1

I went into the streets looking for solace. and found mayhem.

Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz

Of course I shot it!

Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz

What crazy beauty!

Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz

Just can’t get it all in 1 post.

Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz
Artist: Andrew Schoultz

Pics taken by Resa, on March 10, 2014

Toronto, Canada