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Painted Parklet

Victoire Perez
Year: 2022
  • Mural
  • Paint
  • Wood
Status: Decommissioned


In this location there was a colourful abstract mural painted on a community seating area in front of Alice and Brohm ice cream. This was one of the many small seating areas and patios popped up during the COVID-19 pandemic in Squamish.

Victoire Perez discovered her passion for painting at age seven under the guidance of an experienced artist. Seeking to turn this passion into a full-time profession, she left France for Canada at eighteen, drawn by its inspirational environment. Victoire’s art blends street art and semi-realism, exploring the interplay of opposing-colored lights to reflect her generation’s essence.

As a young woman seeking independence, she portrays the power, sensuality, and depth of women through diverse tones and light sources, transcending cultural boundaries. Traveling extensively, Victoire’s art evolves to reflect her varied inspirations, communicating a message of inclusivity and empowerment. Her paintings convey the pervasive power inherent in every individual, regardless of gender, culture, or background, embracing diversity and fostering a sense of unity.

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