In Hazel’s Eye (2015)

This mural depicts the energy of Hurricane Hazel which struck Toronto on October 15, 1954. Hazel caused severe damage to many of the low lying areas along the Humber River. As a result of this storm, however, the TRCA was born and spaces along the Humber, like Cruickshank Park where the mural is located, were redeveloped to the benefit of all Torontonians. This mural was completed in collaboration with Gabriel Specter, and with funding from the Friends of the Pan Am Path.

Support (2019)
Landscraped (2018)
We Three (2018)
Portrait of M (2018)
Ascent (2017)
Accord (2017)
Are You Going (2016)
Colliding Planes (2016)
Faces of Regent Park (2015)
Anagram (2015)
///re-ply\\\ Phase 2 (2015)
Everything That Rises (2015)
In Hazel’s Eye (2015)
Tai Chi Tiles (2014)
Flood Lines (2014)
Backside Flip (2013)
Underground Kiln (2012)
///re-ply\\\ (2012)
Les portraits en papier (2011)
Panels (ongoing)
Face of the City (2010)
Defunct Front (2010)
Toronto Brick By Brick (2010)
Billbored (ongoing)
The Unaddressed (2009)
A City Renewal Project (2008)
Shiftchange (2008)
Regent Park Portraits (2008)
Vespa Squareheads (2008)
Wall Impressions (ongoing)
Portraits (ongoing)