Murals & Public Art

 

By integrating artwork into public settings, it simultaneously enriches people’s daily lives and gives local artists a voice and opportunity to share their story. West Broadway is known for its murals and public art as well as for being a cultural centre for innovation and creativity. Murals have proven to reduce incidences of graffiti, while creating a safer environment with a greater sense of pride and community spirit.

All projects were partnerships with various organizations and the West Broadway BIZ. A huge thank you to business owners and Synonym Art Consultation for continuing to partner with the BIZ to bring more public art to the area.

MURAL ON FOOD FARE

Mural on Food Fare by Michel St. Hilaire

THE SOUK

Originally painted by Mike Valcourt, updated by Michel St. Hilaire

A LOOK AT THE NOOK

By Sarah Collard on 43 Sherbrook, 2011

LAND IN MOTION

By Michel St. Hilaire on Decandence Chocolates, 2011

TAKING FLIGHT

By Michel St. Hilaire, 167 Sherbrook, 2012

MEDICINE WHEEL MURAL

By Jackie Traverse and Art City participants at 619 Broadway, 2012

COW MURAL

By Nereo on Boon Burger, 2016

 

Wall-to-Wall 2014

Wall-to-Wall 2015

JOY

By Gibril Bangura on The Tallest Poppy

PUPPY LOVE

By Gabrielle Funk and Takashi Iwasaki on Food Fare

Wall-to-Wall 2015

VINYL

Paul Robles on The Tallest Poppy

MURAL

By Dany Reede and Storm Angecomb on Hunter & Gunn

Wall-to-Wall 2016


GAIA "MOTHER EARTH"

By Nereo on Khao House Restaurant

Wall-to-Wall 2017

GREAT-WEST LIFE MURAL

Dee Barsy and Jordan Bennett Mural on Great-West Life

SUN ICE SPIRIT LEVEL

By Nasarimba (Calgary) On Élan Hair Studio

SWEET GRASS - WIINGASH

By Jackie Traverse at 141 Sherbrook

STRADDLE

By Jill Stanton (Edmonton) on Sherbrook Inn/The Tallest Poppy


FRAGMENTS

By Ilana Pichon (Quebec City) on EMK Clothing


Wall-to-Wall 2018

FRESH CANVAS ART

By Fresh Canvas Art Co. (Edmonton) on Stella’s Café and Bakery

MURAL

By Sandeep Johal (Vancouver) on Khao House

INSTALLATIONS

By Ekene Maduka and Mercedes Maduka on Sherbrook Inn/The Tallest Poppy

INSTALLATION

By Kailey Sheppard and Annie Beach on Resource Assistance for Youth


WEST BROADWAY SKATE SPOT

By Jean Borbridge, Patrick Skene, and Art City participants



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