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My first large ground mural

Photo by Stephen Brophy via Spacing Toronto A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to join a group of selected artists to create a portion of a giant ground mural on Baldwin St, right at the heart of the eclectic Kensington Market.  It was for the 3rd Annual Mural on Baldwin project, where they invite black women and non-binary artists to paint the street raising awareness to what it would be like to have a future without oppression.  It was my first time tackling a space like this. I learned a lot! My interpretation of a future without oppression was to depict a strongly melanated woman meditating in the air entitled Elevated. I personally feel like a future without oppression for those who are oppressed would allow them to grow to their full potential in peace.  So my concept was to recreate an image inspired by photographer Nelson Cosey, who took this really neat photo of a woman levitating while meditating.  Unfortunately, being new at this I didn't give myself enough conting

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