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Stephanie’s most relevant high impact public art projects include contributing to the landmark mural by International artist Phlegm at Yonge and St.Clair, the Sister Cities Exchange project alongside Chicago artist Justice Roe on the Roncesvalles Bridge and the Pan Am Path Project under the support of late Councillor Pam McConnell at Cherry and Lakeshore. Most recently, Stephanie worked on the Equilibrium Mural alongside International muralist Okuda San Miguel. One of Stephanie’s 2020 relevant works included her support on a project Titled “Achilepago” for Contemporary Artist Michael Lin at Toronto’s Contemporary Museum of Art, MOCA. In 2021 Stephanie has continued in her role as an arts mentor with project humanity supporting youth living in shelters. Stephanie’s personal pledge to positively stanchion diversity, inclusion, and equity in order to create space for sustainability in the art sector is what led her to the field of choice, in addition to completing Three Large Scale Murals in 2021 across Saskatchewan which include, Coronach, Assiniboia and the Queens City Regina. Stephanie is humbled to serve the public in order to continue to progress in a spectrum of unity and colour within the art sector.

Stephanie Bellefleur

Stephanie Bellefleur is a nationally recognized contemporary visual artist of colour who was born in Venezuela, Latin America and currently resides in the southern part of Saskatchewan. Stephanie has acquired a thorough knowledge of the principles pertaining to specific areas of public art and placemaking. Stephanie’s artistic practice incorporates bold colours with strong graphic lines. Stephanie offers artist work in both Mural art both indoor and outdoor, commissioned pieces on canvas, Artist mentorship and facilitation and production for large scale public art mural projects.