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April 2022

Metro Hub, 1265 Ellis Street, Kelowna B.C.

This alcove mural is located in the beautiful new Metro Hub in Downtown Kelowna. We created this piece as a continuation of the larger "Miracle" mural we created for Metro Community in 2020. This mural surrounds a "memorial wall" for the friends, family, and community members that Metro has lost over the years.


February 2022

Bank Of Montreal, 1505 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, B.C.

10'x 31'5"

Sea & Sky is two sister murals directly influenced by the beautiful landscape of BC’s West Coast. On one side, we have the “Sea”; the beautiful pacific ocean that is such a life force to both the fabric of our community, and the natural ecosystem of the entire coast.  The boat is representative of “journey” and “adventure”, promising a bright path. 



February 2022

Bank Of Montreal, 1505 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, B.C.

10'x 21'5"

Mirrored directly across from the sea, we have the breathtaking mountain range that reaches to the “Sky”.  The calm presence of the animals in the distilled sunset brushing the mountain lends a moment of pause and reflection.  The two murals are connected in both depth and simplicity, and they speak to one another in a playful, vibrant way.


September 2021

Live Painting event at Sopa Square in Kelowna B.C. Installation location TBD

8'x 12'

This mural depicts a story of a man named Santiago. Santiago was a fisherman who lived through long seasons of drought, and there were no fish left. With no livelihood, and facing immense hardship, he prayed and prayed for rain to fall on his desert home.  One day the rain fell and didn't stop. It created an ocean so wide and vast, that the animals started to return, and the lives of everyone around were refreshed and renewed. From that day forth, Santiago vowed to remember to be thankful for everything he had, and to have hope even in hardship.   

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September 2021

Located at Summerland Middle School

13611 Kelly Ave, Summerland, BC V0H 1Z0

100'x 18'

Sponsored by the Lekhi Family, this anti-racism mural is a powerful symbol of community, belonging, and togetherness.  We designed this mural to speak to any individual who has experienced any form of discrimination, to let them know that they are important and they belong in the beautiful community of Summerland.  This mural instigates healthy conversations and education about racism, and will be a lasting piece for Summerland, the community, SD67, and the Lekhi Family.  



The Root Cellar , 271 Cook Street, Oxford Corner, Victoria BC

10'x 120', Vinyl

This vinyl mural was designed to align with RC Brand, and also reflect farm fresh goodness and community values.  A segment of the vinyl design was also installed on the inside of the store for beautiful consistency.

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July 2021

Located at a private residence in Kelowna B.C.

10'x 6'

This happy mural was designed to uplift this unique corridor space at this private residence. Reminiscent of the Okanagan Valley, the lake, the mountains, the beautiful vineyards and summer nights.

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March 2021

Located at 1629 Pandosy St, Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6

8'x 5.5'

These two sister murals "Secure" and "Hope" are meant to help inspire hope and reduce the stigmas surrounding mental health and addiction. Having access to help and services is the first step towards growing through adversity.

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March 2021

Located at 1629 Pandosy St, Kelowna, BC V1Y 1P6

21' x 5.5'

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November 2020

Located at 350 Gray Rd, Kelowna, B.C.

28' x 21'

Flowing out of the recurring themes of communication, division, harmony, and balance. “Imagine a childhood memory; a non-specific feeling of colour and place, and then a specific object: a treat, a toy, or maybe a newspaper boat sent floating downstream.” Contact Waves aims to inspire community interaction, creative health, or maybe just a fine feeling.



September 2020

Located at 1262 St Paul St, Kelowna, BC V1Y 2C9 (Coronation Ave. Side)

"I am a Miracle. I am not alone." -Diane Larsback

This wall is a visual story of freedom after experiencing hardship. Our individual journeys towards acceptance, healing, and happiness are entwined with community and care.  Hope has an address at Metro Community Centre.