Pamela Schuller - Mask Maker, Arts Educator, Community Artist

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Wind Sun Water Wood - update


Local community members of all ages created this painted tapestry June 2015. The tapestry is currently displayed at Dawes Road Library.




Dawes Crossing is a public art installation and community-meeting place located at the intersection of Dawes Road and Victoria Park Avenue in Toronto. The sculpture was commissioned by the City of Toronto and created in 2012 by artist Noel Harding.

Dawes Crossing references the human and ecological history of the area. The on-site solar panels generate a modest amount of revenue that supports electricity and Wifi, maintenance, and subsidizes community activities.

Activities like the Wind, Sun, Water, Wood.


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