Each year, we lose some good outdoor art in Winnipeg. For the year indicated, here's a
last look at, a last goodbye to some of the artwork that has disappeared that year.
80 Salter Avenue
This artwork was rendered in 2004 by Pat Lazo and Graffiti Art Programming, with sponsorship by GAP. The original location of this office and installation was at 607 Selkirk (see photo 2). In March of 2020 the installation was removed from the building. Original notes follow:
Steve Wilson (Graffiti Arts Program): "This project was an exchange of services and partnership between us and the client.
They provided some services to us in the form of some financial and business planning and feasibility studies.
In exchange we designed and painted this Mural for them."
"The Mural is representative and a metaphor for planting seeds and helping to create a community that will provide the best environment for the seeds to grow and flourish. It was designed by Pat Lazo and was painted by students of our Urban Canvas Project."