Christina Mazzulla Artist Feature Spotlight

Christina Mazzulla Light Up Laneway 2018

Christina Mazzulla Feature Artist

At this time this is Christina Mazzulla’s latest mural that I can’t wait to see.

In a recent article on another blog Christina was featured:

“Social distancing has altered my practice drastically for the time being. Due to Covid-19 my work place has closed down. I was working full time as a tattoo artist in a downtown studio. Although I have continued to create designs for myself and clients, I have completely stopped tattooing during this period.

With this extra time I have shifted my creative direction to oil painting. I have been painting for a while now, but was previously using oils combined with other materials, to create intricate mixed media cut-out paintings. However, now that I am no longer able to work in my studio, nor have the luxury of such a complex set up, I have cut down my material use to the bare minimum; oil paint, and panel. I am temporarily working out of my partners kitchen, with few supplies, so you can imagine how drastically different this simplified “studio” setup is.

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Got me thinking of featuring her myself. The following are just some of the murals that I have come across over the last 5 years.

Christina Mazzulla Women Paint 2017 Mural

First up is this mural and the first time that I saw her working in person.

This was for the first Women Paint Toronto Art Jam.

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Christina Mazzulla Women Paint 2018

This is Christina Mazzulla’s piece that she did for Women Paint 2018 – it’s right behind the AGO.

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Christina Mazzulla Butterfly Laneway 2018 Mural

Christina has been apart of every Butterfly Laneway Project.

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Christina Mazzulla Butterfly Laneway 2017 Mural

This was first her contribution to the ButterFly Laneway Project back in 2017. Nick Sweetman organizes it every year. I think there was a pollination theme that year.

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Christina Mazzulla Light Up Laneway 2018 Mural

For these big group projects usually they have what they refer to as the ‘Big Wall’. Back in 2018 the Big Wall for Light Up Laneway was assigned to Christina Mazzulla – Alex Bacon and Nick Sweetman.

You can see she was still working on this section. CityTv news was filming.

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Christina Mazzulla & Love Spelt Wrong Collaboration Mural

Christina Mazzulla is a tattoo artist and this mural was a collaboration that she did with Love Spelt Wrong.

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Nick Sweetman & Christina Mazzulla Collaboration

For Butterfly Laneway 2019 she worked on this wall with Nick Sweetman.

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Christina Mazzulla Wall Expressions 2019 Mural

Back in the autumn of last year Christina did this bird for Wall Expressions 2019.

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Christina Mazzulla Wall Expressions 2017 Mural

I got some great shots of Christina back in 2017 for Wall Expressions.

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Christina Mazzulla Ossignton Laneway Mural

Another laneway project that was done in November of 2019. It’s a rat !

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Christina Mazzulla Car Wash Mural

Christina Mazzulla did this mural last year as well.. it’s a cat !

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Christina Mazzulla Hooters Murals

Not sure why both of these murals are near Hooters.. but they are !

Back in 2018 Christina Mazzulla worked alongside Willy Wales for an artivisim project.

Then a year later in the same parking lot Christina worked with Alex Bacon for this mural.

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Christina Mazzulla & Alex Bacon Mural

Alex and Christina worked on this mural together in the summer of 2018.

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Start Art Toronto Mural

As well as all that Christina Mazzulla assisted on this project for Start Art Toronto. Every year they invite an international artist to work on a big mural.

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Christina Mazzulla Sorauren Park Mural

One of the first murals by Christina that I stumbled upon.

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Christina Mazzulla College Park Traffic Signal Box

Last but not least – the very first artwork by Christina that I noticed back in 2015. It’s the middle of the gay village and she did this during pride week !

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Hopefully Christina Mazzulla will be back painting soon !

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