Hello and welcome to Weekend Coffee Share #53! I’m glad you’re here. Please come on in, help yourself to a cup of coffee, or tea, or hot chocolate at my coffee station and let’s chat.
Week 3/ 52
I hope you’ve had a good third week of January. From Sunday night through to Monday afternoon, a winter storm brought about 33 cm (13 inches) of snow to downtown Toronto. From Tuesday on, it’s been back to normal winter conditions.
Last week I shared dinosaur and whale murals at Budapest Park. Today I’d like to share three beautiful murals at Marilyn Bell Park and Lakeshore Boulevard Parklands. Their vibrant colours would catch your attention.
The murals were painted on rectangular storage buildings by professional artists. The storage buildings with locked doors look like utility sheds or tool sheds for Parks employees to store their tools for park maintenance. They vary in size. Each has four sides so it’s actually four murals per storage building.
Bee and Butterfly Murals
The Bee and Butterfly murals are on two storage buildings located side by side at east end of Marilyn Bell Park. Two artists painted them with a theme of plants and pollinators.
- Artist: Katrina Canedo @Kat_Cee painted the bigger and more colourful building.
- Artist: Hanna Brasly or Bee Fawn @bee_fawn painted the smaller building with the white background.
This mural makes a bold statement. The longer I study the four sides, the more I admire the artwork.
- Artist: Gabriel Kizmet @Kizmet32
- Mural location: Lakeshore Boulevard Parklands, west of Marilyn Bell Park
Marilyn Bell Park and Lakeshore Boulevard Parklands are beautiful parks with lots of green space, big trees, picnic tables, tennis courts, a disc golf course, a boardwalk, and fantastic views of Lake Ontario. These vibrant murals bring art and add visual interests to the parks.
Which mural is your favourite?
Shared with #ThursdayDoors, #PPAC32.
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