Artwork in Public Display  

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Canada 150

Mosaic Mural

Immigrant Services

Welcome Centre,

Richmond Hill, Dec. 2016

 Designed by Linda Ruscio, this collaborative mural by the Markham Group of Artists was created for the Immigrant Services Welcome Centre in Richmond Hil, Ontario.

 Ruth painted 2 of the 32 panels     which depict various aspects of  what it means to be Canadian. 

Canada 150 Mosaic, "Canoe & Parka"

Panel

Immigrant Services Welcome Centre, Richmond Hill

 Dec. 2016

This is one of two panels Ruth painted for the "Canada 150 Mosaic". (It is the centre panel in the mural to the left.) Each artist created a painting within the overall painting - all with a Canadian theme. Up close, the parka reminds you of our cold winters; step back and you merely see the northern lake waters.

Canada 150 Mosaic Canoing & Parka Dec 20

The Joy of Life

Ceiling Tile Project:
"Lake Joseph Sunset"

Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto,
December 2017

The Joy of Life Ceiling Tile Project was established to encourage patients lying in hospital beds. This ceiling tile can be found in Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto, Ontario. It was created for Duke and Wend - Christmas 2017.  The tile was Sponsored by Hannah & Cameron Lang. Artist, Ruth Toy, donated the work and art supplies.

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 Created for God's Glory

Ukarumpa

International School,

Papua New Guinea

2009

Art Room Door, Tile Mosaic. While teaching High School Art and Ceramics classes with Wycliffe Bible Translators, Ruth designed and lead this collaborative mosaic project for her students to work on.

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150 for All

and All for 150

 4 Elms Retirement Residence, Thornhill, Ontario, July 2017

Designed and facilitated by Ruth, this collaborative  work was created by the artists of 4 Elms Retirement Residence in Thornhill, Ontario. It commemorates Canada's 150th birthday in 2017. The arms reaching into the red, centre leaf bear the colours of the various national flags represented by the residents of 

 4 Elms.

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