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Steve Wilson (Graffiti Art Programming): "This is a small Mural that was supposed depict the old York Boats and the settlers and going up and down the Red River. The lead artist was Mike Corrain. He is a graduate of Fine Arts at one of the universities in Montral. He worked with Vincent Shorting and Melissa Honke who were the junior artists. He would have loved to have seen it a little bigger, as it kind of looks a little out of place on that big wall, but we're hoping to add to it sometime in the future."


Location: S side Higgins & May; North Face

Occupant: Eliminator - RC Hobby Supply (formerly Northwest Fabrics)

District: City Centre

Neighbourhood: South Point Douglas

Artist(s): Graffiti Art Programming/Graffiti Gallery, Mike Corrain, Melissa Honke, Vincent Shorting (unsigned)

Year: 2001

Sponsors: Take Pride Winnipeg!, Graffiti Art Programming, City of Winnipeg, Neighbourhoods Alive! (Manitoba), Winnipeg Foundation

 

Steve Wilson (Graffiti Art Programming): "This is a small Mural that was supposed depict the old York Boats and the settlers and going up and down the Red River. The lead artist was Mike Corrain. He is a graduate of Fine Arts at one of the universities in Montral. He worked with Vincent Shorting and Melissa Honke who were the junior artists. He would have loved to have seen it a little bigger, as it kind of looks a little out of place on that big wall, but we're hoping to add to it sometime in the future."