Bridge to the Wall: Chinatown Mural


Bridge to the Wall: Chinatown Mural

As a Canadian mural artist one of the challenges I most enjoy is the unpredictability of subjects clients might ask for. This mural project in Edmonton's Chinatown was a beautiful example of the diversity my clients lead me towards, in this case learning about Chinese culture in Edmonton and having a small introduction to Chinese brush painting, a 6,000 year old genre.

The Great Wall of China opens this mural and curves into Edmonton, leaving two horizons. This fantasy mixture of ancient and modern places shows the diversity of the city, and influence of cultures. The mural client wanted a positive outlook of what can become of an area with time. While I was obviously influenced by Chinese artists for this project I did not strictly pursue their craft with traditional mediums, yet was influenced to create a hybrid style with modern acrylics.

Project Type

Cultural Murals

Building Name

Kim Fat Market Ltd

Street Address

9905 107 Ave Edmonton, AB



Yellow, Purple


Crezon Panels




The Bridge To The Wall Finished Mural

The Bridge to the Wall Mural in Progress

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