Ravine side and Trillium side movie

There are two sides to this Underpass mural which was commissioned in 2016.  The first side is entitled ” Trillium Path” and the other side is “Morning Ride”.  They are painted in an impressionistic manner utilizing pointillism and colour induction ideals popularized by George Seurat and Claude Monet.  There are hints of the Group of Seven, Tom Thompson, Emily Carr and Woodland Native Artists. It hosts Ontario’s provincial flower; the Trillium, Toronto’s historical houses such as the Brick Works, the Old Mill, the log cabin and references to Evergreen.  Many school children pass by this mural daily making it a treat for the young and old.  5,000 square feet.  16 ft tall.  This is my breakthrough mural.

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