If city dwellers require an impactful artistic reminder of our connection to the natural world, then the work of muralist Mona Caron certainly fits the bill. Best known for her large-scale urban art with botanical subjects and themes of resilience, her work not only brings attention to the endurance of Nature but also may resonate with many of the human inhabitants of a contemporary metropolis.

Becoming involved in the world of site-specific murals was almost by accident for Caron, yet with huge advantages for an artist intrigued by environments, community and communication. Born in Switzerland, ...


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