Paintings & Murals
Forest City Playground Mural
Market Lane, London ON
“I wanted to design a piece that reflected the symmetry of the brick and complimented the architecture of the area,” says Pichette. “I strived to create a space that was fun, bright, inviting and playful.”
Her work often challenges the viewer to explore issues of privilege, land and water rights, and environmental racism — the disproportionate impact of soil contamination and industrial land on areas home to racialized communities.
“I wanted this to be a space for people to engage with art through selfies and to capture their imaginations. The birds in my mural are commonly spotted in London backyards.”