Lorne creates murals in schools, institutions and public spaces in an effort to create safe spaces that are inclusive, respectful and honour Canada’s Indigenous People. He believes that incorporating Indigenous art in public spaces is a simple act of reconciliation and moving forward in a spirit of mutual respect and understanding.
Lorne creates murals that are suited to the space and are designed in consultation with the organization or individual. The murals can be indoors or outdoors and will be professionally installed.
Mi’kmaq child development centre on Gottingen Street in Halifax
Mural at Unifor Halifax.
Mural on the public wharf in Annapolis Royal, NS.
Mural for Dalhousie University. June 2023.
Mural at IKEA in Dartmouth Nova Scotia.
The painting shows the eagle ( kitpu ) with its wings protectively wrapped around a mother leather back turtle and her babies. The eagle represents “Love”, the first of the seven sacred teaching. Love is understood in a sense of unconditional love, the love of a...
This painting represents relationships that are mutually respectful. In the Mi’kmaq tradition eagles represent respect. In the painting their wings are touching and the colours compliment each other. The wings are also wrapped around the medicine wheel. The medicine...
Mural at the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus located in Truro.
ISANS Immigrant Services Association Nova Scotia October 2022
Mural at the NSCC in Middelton Annapolis Valley Campus March 2022