Public art around The Forks

"Botanicals in Motion" by Erin Ahl

"Botanicals in Motion" by Erin Ahl

"Botanicals in Motion" by Erin Ahl

"Botanicals in Motion" is a series of works exploring a common path - inspired by observations of wild flowers and prairie grasses manipulated by natural movements and changing seasons.

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"Canoes" by Jordan Van Seawell

"Canoes" by Jordan Van Seawell

"Canoes" by Jordan Van Seawell

"Canoes" by Jordan Van Seawell

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"Education is the New Bison / Chi-kishkayhitamihk Si Te Li Neu Biizon" by Val T. Vint

"Education is the New Bison / Chi-kishkayhitamihk Si Te Li Neu Biizon" by Val T. Vint

"Education is the New Bison / Chi-kishkayhitamihk Si Te Li Neu Biizon" by Val T. Vint

The 12-foot sculpture in the shape of a bison is constructed out of 200 steel replicas of books and films by Indigenous authors and allies.

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"The Eighth and Final Fire" by Jaimie Isaac

"The Eighth and Final Fire" by Jaimie Isaac

"The Eighth and Final Fire" by Jaimie Isaac

"The Eighth and Final Fire" is the second art piece Jaimie Isaac has created at The Forks.

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"Flash Wall" by Kiana Jade

"Flash Wall" by Kiana Jade

"Flash Wall" by Kiana Jade

This wallpaper is a collection of the tattoo artist’s hand drawn designs. These are all original images that capture joy, playfulness, and the beautiful imagination of Kiana Jade.

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"Four Elements" by Ness Lee and birdO

"Four Elements" by Ness Lee and birdO

"Four Elements" by Ness Lee and birdO

Artists, Ness Lee and Jerry Rugg a.k.a. birdO collaborated for a series of murals based on the four elements in the parkade.

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"HANABI" by Tamiko Chase

"HANABI" by Tamiko Chase

"HANABI" by Tamiko Chase

Inspired by Japanese artist Kiyoshi Yamashita as well as the Fukinagashi streamers flown during the Tanabata festival, this piece was meant to commemorate summer and the celebrations held within the season.

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Ice Resurfacer Wrap by Kale Bonham

Ice Resurfacer Wrap by Kale Bonham

Ice Resurfacer Wrap by Kale Bonham

These images were inspired by the artist’s experience of skating on Winnipeg’s river trail at night.

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Jai Pereira memorial by Mr Cenz

Jai Pereira memorial by Mr Cenz

Jai Pereira memorial by Mr Cenz

Jai Pereira, the late founder of Sk8 Skates, is memorialized in this mural by English graffiti artist, Mr Cenz.

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"L’eau à L’air" by Jazz Aline

"L’eau à L’air" by Jazz Aline

"L’eau à L’air" by Jazz Aline

L’eau a l’air or “water to air” is about coming into yourself. Accepting all your facets and welcoming others to follow suit.

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"le ciel est rose, ma vie en prose" by Alpha Toshineza

"le ciel est rose, ma vie en prose" by Alpha Toshineza

"le ciel est rose, ma vie en prose" by Alpha Toshineza

"le ciel est rose, ma vie en prose" is from the track, "Supernova."

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"les rêves que nous rêvons" by Andrina Turenne

"les rêves que nous rêvons" by Andrina Turenne

"les rêves que nous rêvons" by Andrina Turenne

"les rêves que nous rêvons" by Andrina Turenne

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"Niimaamaa" by KC Adams, Jaimie Isaac, and Val T. Vint

"Niimaamaa" by KC Adams, Jaimie Isaac, and Val T. Vint

"Niimaamaa" by KC Adams, Jaimie Isaac, and Val T. Vint

"Niimaamaa" means “my mother” in Cree, Ojibwe and Métis. This 30-foot-tall sculpture represents motherhood, Mother Earth and new beginnings.

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Parkade murals by a collection of artists

Parkade murals by a collection of artists

Parkade murals by a collection of artists

Twelve paintings, seven artists, a cohesive colour palette and a parkade rooftop.

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"Pinakbet" by Jonato Dalayoan

"Pinakbet" by Jonato Dalayoan

"Pinakbet" by Jonato Dalayoan

The mural is an abstracted interpretation of the artist's favourite Filipino dish, "Pinakbet."

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"Tanisi keke totamak … Ka cis teneme toyak/ What can we do, to respect each other" by KC Adams

"Tanisi keke totamak … Ka cis teneme toyak/ What can we do, to respect each other" by KC Adams

"Tanisi keke totamak … Ka cis teneme toyak/ What can we do, to respect each other" by KC Adams

The 11-foot-tall installation tells the story of the brotherhood between the benevolent spirit Wesakechak and the Wolf. Wesakechak represents the Indigenous People and the Wolf as Settlers.

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"TIGER TIGER" by Jes Coverini

"TIGER TIGER" by Jes Coverini

"TIGER TIGER" by Jes Coverini

Coverini’s "Tiger Tiger" roadway mural is a colourful reminder that joy is most often found in things that are simple and playful.

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"Totem Doodem Murals" by Jordan Stranger

"Totem Doodem Murals" by Jordan Stranger

"Totem Doodem Murals" by Jordan Stranger

"Totem Doodem" was created in 2018 with the intention of spreading the positivity and colour of past and current Canadian Indigenous culture.

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"Wokpan Shina" by Kristin Flattery

"Wokpan Shina" by Kristin Flattery

"Wokpan Shina" by Kristin Flattery

"Wokpan Shina" (Parfleche and Blanket) by Kristin Flattery.

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