Our wonderful local artist Janel Nail has created a mural to cover the 110 m chain-link fence at McDougall – Riverside Park (baseball diamond). Her designs, using geometric shapes, start with the Bow Glacier in the west and follow the journey of the river through mountain ranges, along forest foothills, right through the heart of our city and our community, ending in Alberta's beautiful prairie grasslands in the east. The designs depict this journey with nature and city scenes, animals and birds, plants, and people.
Please join us on Sunday, September 23 for an Art Walk & Reveal of the Connecting Back to the Bow mural!
See page 11 of the September issue of the Bridges newsletter for details.
This project is possible through generous funding from TD Park People, the Stepping Stone Fund – Calgary Foundation, and the
Bridgeland Riverside Neighbourhood Grant.
Stay tuned and get involved with the latest cool happenings in Bridgeland-Riverside on our website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to follow Janel @makeandcreatestudio on Instagram, Facebook, and her website at makeandcreatestudio.ca. You can also contact Janel at firstname.lastname@example.org.