Bryn Stevenson was one of the artists hard a work on a new mural under the Nelson Bridge on May 23.

Injecting new life into the Nelson Bridge

All week Nelson artists have been busy with their spray cans transforming the once gray base of the Nelson Bridge.

The Colours of Nelson mural project is taking shape beside Lakeside Rotary Park. All week local young artists have been busy with their spray cans transforming the once gray base of the Nelson Bridge. The project has been in the works since the start of the year and is a collaborative effort involving the Nelson and District Arts Council, Nelson Police Department, Daybreak Rotary Club, Nelson and District Youth Centre, Nelson City Hall and the Department of Highways/Ministry of Transportation. On Wednesday Bryn Stevenson was one of the artists hard a work. Over the last few days Stevenson has been joined by local artists Coleman Webb, Adrian Thibault, Bryn Stevenson, Rhoneil Eurchuck, Sérgio Santos, Amber Santos, Hannah De Boer, Matty Kakes, Alex Caulford, Olivia Mansveld, Dagan Cairn, Anaïs Fevrier, Brandon Brown, Ezra, and Raven Truth.

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