The painted daffodils is a new mural completed by the artist, Ann Kenny. The painting can be found in Dartmouth’s Cancer Survivor Garden.
The daffodil mural is a welcomed addition to the garden as the flower is both a Canadian and international symbol for people impacted by cancer. The daffodil is a resilient flower and represents hope, courage and strength. The mural complements the thousands of daffodils that are planted in the garden and will be a reminder of the significance of the flower, even in the colder winter months. The mural will be enjoyed and appreciated by visitors as they walk throughout the garden or while they sit on one of the benches.
Special thanks to the Downtown Dartmouth Business Commission for their support for this project.
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