Ambiguous Province

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2013

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A 180 degree mural I painted for the Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, Ontario

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Ambiguous Province

In 2006, Sue Evans approached my art teacher at LCVI High School looking for a student who could be credited to paint a mural for the Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, Ontario. I was picked by Mr. Payette and gladly accepted. The mural was to go into an exercise room for rehabilitation patients treated for severe heart problems. It was to be motivational and uplifting, as the room itself had no windows and only fluorescent lighting. The final painting was finished a year later and spans 36`x4`. It is permanently mounted in a circle around the room.

Cotton Candy Trees

4'x12'. Acrylic and house paint on masonite. Panel 1 of the 4'x36' mural: Ambiguous Province.

Rocky Terrain

4'x12'. Acrylic and house paint on masonite. Panel 2 of the 4'x36' mural: Ambiguous Province.

Mountain

4'x12'. Acrylic and house paint on masonite. Panel 3 of the 4'x36' mural: Ambiguous Province.