Click on the thumbnails above to see the panels before and after I painted them!
The 2012 Cultivate Life in St. Albert mural is one of the newest
projects from the creators of Mural Mosaic (see link below). The mural replaces the weather-damaged St. Albert
Legacy Mural (What Inspires a Child). To preserve the new outdoor mural for posterity, each image has been photographed and mounted on a special weatherproof substrate, while the originals wait in storage until a suitable permanent indoor space becomes available. The mural is located on the south wall of the Gaffney McGreer building in St. Albert.
"Studio Gallery Still Life" (Panel #164) is my contribution to the Cultivate Life in St. Albert mural. Click on the thumbnail to see the before/after images.
The Mural Mosaics are the brainchild of Lewis Lavoie, a well-known St. Albert artist, and Phil Alain, a local arts promoter. Take a peek at their website for an eye-popping glimpse into some of the most amazing collaborative art projects today.
I painted "Chickadee-dee-dee" (Panel #167) (left) for the 2007 Mural Mosaic Earth's Treasure Chest - Wildlife Ark. The 216 16-inch square panels making up the mural were auctioned off to support CPAWS, with over $45,000 raised!
Click on the chickadee to see the before/after images.
"Everybody's Grandfather -Dr. J.W. Grant MacEwan" (Panel #263) (left)
is the 16x16 piece I painted for the 2007 Mural Mosaic Earth's Treasure Chest - Wildlife Ark. The 216 panels making up the mural were auctioned off to support CPAWS, with over $45,000 raised! The mural's permanent home is outside the Vic Juba Community Theatre in Lloydmister, Saskatchewan.
Click on Dr. MacEwan to see the before/after images.
Click on the thumbnails to see the completed murals.