Humanity In Community Foundation Presents

URBAN ART GALLERY

Take a Tour

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Photo of unpainted wall in downtown Nanaimo.

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Finished mural of rabbit buskers, by Spencer Croft.

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two large garage style doors.

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set of wings painted by Willow Friday.

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Building with Graffiti on it surrounded by garbage.

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Boarded up building with graffiti and peeling paint.

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colourful mural created by Sebastian About. Featuring illustrative styled shapes in warm pastel colours.

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building enclave, with patched paint..

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Before photo of Wallace street wall.

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blank wall on terminal avenue, that will become a Time themed mural.

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A large stone looking mans face, with hour glass tilting down towards a stone looking woman's face.

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grey wall with sections covered in raw plywood.

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stag head painted to look like a cross stitch pattern.
Blue wall with colourful prisms, with white text over top saying "be kind, it costs nothing".

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before photo of terminal avenue low wall.

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blank wall on commercial street, the future place of the citrus mural.

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mural of citrus fruit. Orange, blood orange, grapefruit, lemon and a lime slice.

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ugly grey exterior wall, with a pipe running down the middle.

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Space Cat mural
Tina Belcher of 'Bobs Burgers' holding a spray can with text saying "Please respect the murals, open art wall in back parking lot".
picture of bart simpson writing lines on chalk board

Located on Terminal Avenue in Downtown Nanaimo, Nanaimo’s Open Art Wall is an accessible and legal free wall for urban artists to create on. The wall is open to anyone of any age, and covering of other work in the designated space is permitted. Please respect the murals and surrounding environment and take supplies with you when you leave.

Check out our Instagram hashtag #thefreewallchronicles for some of the past work.

open art wall, painting by several street artists.
Wallace Street Sign Board
Wallace and Terminal sign board.