Part of a Love Letter to the Great Lakes, nine artists painted the pillars below the DVP / Gardiner Ramps at the mouth of the Don River and at the Rail Bridge at Don Landing. The river-side murals are inspired by the resilience of the Don River and explore the ecological challenges and opportunities faced in renewing our relationship to this urban watershed. Produced in collaboration with SurfaceArt.
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PARTICIPATING ARTISTS (listed north to south)
RAIL BRIDGE #17:
Kwest & Jarus
MEDIUM DVP PILLARS:
Erica Balon / EGR
TALL DVP PILLAR:
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PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY:
Toronto Foundation, Waterfront Toronto, Transportation Services’ StreetARToronto program, Friends of the Pan Am Path, ArtRelay, AMPlove, SurfaceArt, Corktown Residents and Business Association, Real Food for Real Kids, Andy + Ogla Melnyk, South Central, Osel Paints, PangeaSeed Foundation, Montana Paints and last but not least Love Letter Projects.
A Love Letter to the Don River from Path TV on Vimeo.