Murals: Art Programs / Schools / Public Art & Grants / Private Commissions
Murals are large scale artworks that create a visual impact capable of changing or making a space.
It’s always exciting to bring people together with a common goal to send a message, tell their story, or share memories with their community. And it doesn’t end there – long after the paint is dry, murals continue to evoke a sense of accomplishment, identification and ownership.
“The Voice of Acorn Place” 8’x12’, acrylic on masonite panels After applying to the Ontario Arts Council Grant: Artists in the Community/Workplace Program in partnership with my colleague and Art teacher at St. Joan of Arc Secondary School, Mina Iocco, we were thrilled to be granted the opportunity to be part of this project. “The […]
Image Factory Entrance Vestibule Mississauga, Ontario 305cm x 305cm, acrylic on wall board This abstract mural was a private commission representing the vision of the clients’ graphic arts firm. The composition, including the representation of the conceptual idea (selection of colour, interaction of planes), reflects the dynamic process of the company which achieved powerful results […]
Bold Dance Company, Mississauga, Ontario was declared one of the top six competition studios in Canada by Dance Spirit Magazine. They offer a variety of dance programs from recreational to competitive. Bold thrives in educating, inspiring and encouraging all of their students to be the best they can be the happiness and success of their dancers […]
Mississauga, Ontario. Open House “Celebration” Celebrating the union of the King’s Masting and Brookmede community, all the students, parents and staff created a large abstract work embracing the new era of the school. Kindergarten “Posy and Rosy”, Inspired by the work of Viviane Case-Fox, 2 masonite panels 4’x5’ Grade 1 “Lights in the City”, canvas […]
Mississauga, Ontario. 5’ x 12’, acrylic on masonite “Helping students soar” was the proposed theme for the mural. To represent this concept, I introduced the work of two great Canadian artists who experienced the spirit of the landscape and painted it in a very unique way. Inspired by Tom Thompson’s use of colours and the […]
Kindree Public School, Grades 4 & 5 Mississauga, Ontario “Working with our community to build a better future” 8’x12’ acrylic & mixed media on masonite The mural depicts the active role that Kindree learning community takes in protecting the environment by recycling and planting trees. For that reason, a tree was the central image of […]
Mississauga, Ontario Kindergarten to Grade 5 Celebrating the union of two elementary schools (Ashgrove and Garthwood Park), all the students now in Garthwood Park P.S. participated in the creative process of three large murals depicting “unity” and the feelings of “inclusiveness” and “community” that is present within the school. Inspired by the beauty of Nature, […]
Mississauga, Ontario Acrylic on 2 4’x5’ masonite panels Sawmill Valley Public School is committed to fostering self esteem in all students by empowering them in the knowledge that they are capable of achieving anything they want in life. Teachers express qualities such as dedication, compassion, commitment and a “can do” attitude. They set up great […]
Mississauga, Ontario Celebrating the School’s 100th Anniversary: “Our Legacy” 5’ x 12’, acrylic & mixed media on masonite panels Approaching the 100th anniversary of Clarkson Public School, students and staff reflected on the legacy of the school by creating a mural depicting the journey of the school and its community. A collection of memories is […]
Mississauga, Ontario All these years I have had the wonderful opportunity to coach all of the students in a variety of art projects, introducing different artists and techniques. The Legacy Project: “The Past, Present and Future”, with the participation of all the students from Kindergarten to Grade 5 Triptych, acrylic & mixed media on 3 […]
Ashgrove Public School Mississauga, Ontario 4’x12’, Acrylic on 3 Masonite Panels Welcoming the transition from Ashgrove Public School to Garthwood Park Public School, all the students from Ashgrove (now in Garthwood Park P.S), participated in the creative process of this triptych. The theme was “transformation”. To represent this concept, they painted a large butterfly depicting […]
Sawmill Valley Public School, Kindergarten to Grade 6 Mississauga, Ontario “Reflections” Past, Present, Future Triptych, acrylic & mixed media on 3 masonite panels 4’x5’ “Past” The first panel is representational of the foundations of Sawmill Valley with the mill as the main element in conjunction with the trees and creek along the trail. The trail […]
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The aim of The Royal Arts Prize Exhibition and Award 2017 is to search out for and display artworks by artists that have embraced their individual exegesis in art, artworks that are product of an inner balance and an emotional connection between dream and reality.
Canadian artist, Lydia Panart, was selected to exhibit.
ArtTour International invited me to participate this year in this internationally recognized art event. Six of my artworks will be featured, in addition to an article in the upcoming ATIM Spring 2016 issue.