2023 Squamish Mural Walk Artists


Turbo Bambi

Blending the lines from backcountry to canvas, Bambi’s passion for the outdoors feeds her desire to create. As a passionate snowboard, surf, and skate enthusiast, the French-Canadian artist translates her exhilarating adventures into bright and cheerful street art. Each piece she creates is infused with a sense of joy, inviting viewers to escape into a world of fantasy. With her adventurous spirit and mixed media techniques, Bambi’s process is fueled by her Art-doorsy Lifestyle.



Alex Wigley

Alex Wigley is a Squamish-based tattooer, illustrator, and muralist.  His journey in art has no destination, just the constant focus of learning as a creative mind.



Steph Payne

Steph Payne is a Venezuelan-Canadian artist and designer based in Squamish, BC. Known for her dreamy and colourful aesthetic, she blends elements of nature, mural painting, and technology, often using lighting and UV-reactive paint to enhance her work. When she’s not mural painting, designing a space, or leading a public art project, Steph works full-time as a graphic designer for Woody Nelson, a cannabis brand in Nelson, BC.



Maud van Baar

Maud van Baar, is a Dutch artist splitting her time between Squamish, BC, and Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With a diverse background in sculpture, textiles, installation, and painting, her work is a playful explosion of colour and energy, bringing a lively touch to any space it inhabits. With a love for bold colours, wild patterns, and abstract forms, Maud creates a vibrant universe that beckons viewers to step inside.





James Harry

James Harry was born on October 31, 1989, in Vancouver, British Columbia, to a family of artists. His father, Xwalacktun, is a master carver of the Squamish Nation, and he learned First Nations stories, Salish design, and carving skills from him. Growing up, James was immersed in Squamish Nation culture and traditions, which deeply influenced his artistic style and approach.

Today, James Harry is recognized as one of Canada’s most innovative and talented young artists, known for pushing the boundaries of traditional Coast Salish art while using his work to promote cultural understanding and reconciliation. James also collaborates with other artists to create new works that explore themes of identity and wholeness while reflecting First Nations stories. Overall, James Harry’s art is a powerful expression of his cultural heritage and a testament to the ongoing vitality and relevance of Indigenous art forms.



Lauren Brevner

Lauren Brevner is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver B.C on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

Her Japanese-Trinidadian heritage deeply inspires her practice with a focus on matriarchal influence. Her work combines traditional approaches to portrait painting with themes of cultural identity and female representation. Her education has been nurtured through community relations, including a mentorship with artist and designer Sin Nakayamal in Osaka, Japan, expanding her approach to perseverance and creative purpose. Her work has been featured across multiple platforms, including exhibitions, civic projects, and print publications. Recent projects include illustrations for National Geographic and Lush Cosmetics, group exhibitions both locally and internationally, and large-scale mural commissions around the lower mainland.



Gabriel Ostapchuk

An artist with deep love, respect, and reverence for mother earth. Born and raised in Ottawa, Gabriel saw the endless grey walls of the city as a genocide on natural life and colour. As soon as he could he migrated to the west coast of Turtle Island to live and create amongst the pacific northwest rainforest. Using a combination of spray paint and acrylic colors, Gabriel creates vibrant, saturated, and highly contrasted abstract and surreal scenes.



Annie / Lemonni

Annie is the creative force behind LEMONNI. As a self-taught designer/artist, she channels her passion for prints and patterns into mesmerizing works of art. Annie’s design journey is adorned with motifs featuring clean lines and a delightful colour palette. Her artistic style is characterized by whimsy and playfulness. Annie finds inspiration in both her keen observations of the world and her vivid imagination. Her work reflects her deep connection to nature and her love for animals. Each piece is an attempt to capture the essence of her muses, infusing her creations with a touch of charm.



Andi Jane Monk

Andi Jane Monk, a Squamish-based artist, has made art her passion since childhood and continues her 20-year tattoo career in our lovely mountain town by the sea.  Tattooing has always been a point of connection to those around her; she is excited to put more emphasis on other art mediums and collaborative projects to bring that same connection into the Squamish community through public art for all to enjoy.



Federico Airaudo

Federico Airaudo is an Ecuadorian painter recently based in Vancouver, Canada. His paintings story common-place encounters that shape public life in Guayaquil, Ecuador’s bustling industrial port city. Federico’s visual stories inherit and recharacterize the tensioned socio-political undercurrents of Guayaquil in non-literal ways. Using ultra-bright colour and humour, his paintings highlight the distinct yet overlapping cultural realities of the city in ways that are playful, perverse, and particular to this place.



Dom Laporte

Dominic is a Canada-based muralist and illustrator whose work combines traditional painting and mixed-media techniques. His work largely focuses on themes embodying the natural world and most recently exploring symbiotic relationships found in nature and using those to carry out more in-depth concepts and narratives. Over the past decade, he has expanded his mural practice internationally and developed a distinct style that’s become a familiar feature of Ottawa’s urban environment. His work has always been inspired by his direct surroundings and the murals allow him to reach audiences who may not frequent art galleries. Laporte’s passion for community-based and accessible art forms compliments his background in traditional painting. Dominic and his partner Anaϊs Labrèque are founders of DRIFT, a mural production and public art company based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The focus at DRIFT Mural Co. is to beautify communities and celebrate the local identities they encounter through public art initiatives.



Dominik Kalita

Dom is a graphic designer and illustrator born in Banff and raised in Squamish. He draws influence from 1960s Eastern European cartoons, skateboard culture, and mountain life – he’s jam-packed with obscure movie references and cheesy 1-liners.

Although he got a lot of flack for being sarcastic growing up, he brings a unique POV into most of his work. Not bound to a particular medium—he has found himself working mainly in digital and with acrylics. In the simplest terms: Dom likes to make “stuff”— whether that be a site redesign to stickers to one of a kind carpets.

When Dom isn’t working he’s out and about skiing, biking or adventures with his dog. You can often spot him with his platinum blonde messy hair and talking to his dog like she understands every word.



​​Jillian Mundy

​​Jillian Mundy is a visual artist based in Vancouver. Her style can be described as illustrative and bold, with subjects that draw inspiration from traditional tattooing and technical graffiti-inspired structure. Jillian’s work primarily consists of flowing botanicals and aims to inject colour through organic compositions that depict nature and flowers. She is proficient in both digital and traditional mediums. Since 2020 she has been building a body of work that focuses on murals and large-scale installations.



Murals added during Squamish Mural Walk 2022


Kevin Ledo

Kevin Ledo lives and works in Montreal, Canada. He finished his studies of Illustration and Design at Dawson College in 1999, and since then his artistic practice has crossed back and forth through the boundaries of mural, street art, fine art, and art installation, focusing on the human form interlaced with geometric abstraction.


Carolyn Wong

Carolyn Wong or “Seeroro” is a Chinese-Canadian illustrator and mural artist residing in Vancouver, Canada. Carolyn has a deep love for storytelling through creating vibrant illustrations that represent our communities. She is inspired by the beauty of nature and her artwork is a celebration of both traditional and present-day themes in North American Asian culture.



Siobhan Joseph 

Siobhan Joseph is an emerging multimedia contemporary Coast Salish artist who lives in Squamish BC. She is a Squamish Nation member and daughter of Master carver Delmar J. Joseph. Joseph started making art at a young age by watching her father draw and carve. During her adolescence, she experimented with acrylic paint on canvas, developing her own Coast Salish art form. Joseph started pursuing art full-time in 2014, before establishing her small business selling her Coast Salish designs.


Tom Bunney

Tom Bunney works as a freelance designer and illustrator, predominantly in the mountain biking and outdoor industries. His work is heavily inspired by the dark imagery of medieval times, mixed with strong contemporary graphic treatments, and is fuelled by 80’s heavy metal and a healthy dose of bikes, boards and mountain air. Centering around the macabre and the mysterious, his designs are often based on myths & legends.



Sleestak, is an artist based in Squamish, British Columbia – on the unceded territories of the Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam, and Squamish Peoples. Alongside murals, canvases and collaborations, Sleestak creates tattoos for folks with the planet in mind. 1 tattoo equals 1 tree planted, using biodegradable products. Art is for anyone, anywhere and he is stoked to make ideas come to life.


Ciarra Saylor 

Ciarra Saylor is a Squamish creative with a great love for community and nature. With a background in graphic design and art, she merges her talents to create thoughtful and detailed Murals.


Sarah Keller 

Sarah Keller enjoys being where the wild things are – which makes sense as an elementary school teacher with a passion for plants and all things outdoors. Using watercolour, acrylic paint, and a lot of ‘making it up as I go along’, Sarah invites you to experience the joy found in nature.


Fernanda Ribeiro

Fernanda Ribeiro is an illustrator and product designer, who loves colorful things. She creates bright images to watch, decorate, wear, and play with.


Brett Robinson

Brett Robinson creates one of a kind original works of art. Brett’s first mural was on Granville Street in Vancouver BC during the COVID lockdown for the Vancouver Mural fest.


Dave Petko

For 5000 years Dave “Pepe” Petko has been devoted to a pencil, brush and pen, carving a life for himself as an original Whistler artist. Like a thoroughbred racehorse, he pushes forward with blinders on in a quest to see his artistic style evolve from being inspired to being an inspiration to many generations of artists. Late nights when the moon is full and creatures of the night roam about when the human’s sleep and spirits haunt, he awakens and creates.


Murals added during Squamish Mural Walk 2021


Atheana Picha

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Made possible by Angie Vazquez


Jessica Soparlo

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Made possible by SWTCH HOUSE


Olivia Di Liberto

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Made possible by rennie


Siobhan Joseph


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Nat Tuke

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Made possible by The Home Depot


Alex Fowkes

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Made possible by Redbridge Squamish


Pre-existing Squamish Murals


Jessa Gilbert

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Liesl Petersen

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Stan Matwychuk

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Liesl Petersen

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Liesl Petersen

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Liesl Petersen

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Ken Skoda / R.Fox





Stan Matwychuk

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Rotary Club


Siobhan Joseph



Tracey Hayes

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