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13 Hands Youth Mural

Artists:
Toby Jaxon, Zoe Evamy
Year: 2021
Type: 
  • Mural
Medium(s): 
  • Paint
Status: In Place

Description

This water station was transformed into a bright structure covered in murals by local youth as part of the 2017 Squamish Arts Public Arts Camp.

Zoe Evamy relocated from Arizona to Vancouver BC in 2000 to Art Direct “Gulliver’s Travels” at Mainframe Studios. Drawn by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest Coast during a solo trip to Haida Gwaii, Zoe found endless inspiration in British Columbia. Throughout her animation career, Zoe’s commitment to painting from nature, particularly in watercolour, has remained constant. Her paintings capture the evolving landscape of Squamish and the Sea to Sky area against the backdrop of ancient Coast Mountains and temperate rainforests. Zoe is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and an associate member of Artists for Conservation, showcasing her work in national juried shows.

Toby Jaxon is a fine art painter who specializes in creating dynamic and thought-provoking artwork. With each painting, she aims to evoke emotions and inspire the viewer. Her work is a reflection of her inner-most thoughts and feelings, and she strives to create pieces that are both visually appealing and intellectually stimulating.

Location

Address:
38042, Clarke Drive, Squamish, British Columbia, V8B 0J3, Canada.

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