Where can you find the largest mural in all of Canada?
As of last week, that would be Sudbury, Ontario.
A well-known street artist called RISK was commissioned to do the work. He turned the facade of the former St. Joseph’s Health Centre, (formerly the Sudbury General Hospital) into a stunning, vibrant riot of colours.
It took twelve days, 700 gallons of paint and hundreds spray paint cans to create the 80,000 square foot building mural.
If you’d like a real feast for your eyes, click on the link below to see a terrific time lapse video of this building being transformed. It’s a stunning visual story as well as a feel good story with a happy ending.
How do you feel about this mural? Do you like it? Would you appreciate it as a piece of art and welcome addition to the city? Share your thoughts below. Share this post with others and let’s all contribute our thoughts. Is there a wall mural that you have seen and loved (or hated)?