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The mural itself demonstrates a whimsical sense of flowing movement and I really enjoy how the artist seems to have painted it as if the windows didn’t matter to their design. I wonder if painting on uncomfortable surfaces is as rewarding to them as painting on heavily textured surfaces is for me. The building has a large For Sale sign on the St-Denis side, some windows and doors are boarded or have paper over them, the place is abandoned to fate and providence. From this angle, the mural appears to be saying goodbye to the building and extending a flower for its farewell. Perhaps this queen. of hearts will appear on some other location to renew her protection of its inhabitants.

More to come…

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