melissa del pinto, artist, art, urban art, musée romeo's, romeo's museum
melissa del pinto, artist, art, urban art, mural, musée romeo's, romeo's museum

ASKED THEM A FEW QUESTIONS IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND THEIR VISION AND THEIR EXPERIENCE OF ROMEO’S MUSEUM, CANADA’S FIRST URBAN ART MUSEUM!

Q : How does it feel to be part of 24 artists working on the same project ?

A : I really enjoy working with other artists, especially on projects like this. I like to see the process of the orders and get to meet them when they are in their element. Which is amazing.

Q : How does it feel to create in a staircase ?

A : it’s hard, ah ah. It’s cool. It’s a really interesting environment. It’s something that i probably would want to do again.

Q : What would be your definition of a museum ?

A : well a museum for me is just basically a collection of work from various art so this one just happens to be in a staircase.
She is a fine-arts painter and muralist best known for her dramatic, large-scale paintings and murals of single-themed, photorealistic birds that take centre stage against a solid-color background.
melissa del pinto, artist, art, urban art, mural, musée romeo's, romeo's museum
melissa del pinto, artist, art, urban art, mural, musée romeo's, romeo's museum

GENIÈVRE EN VOL

My intention in choosing this particular bird is for the viewer to feel as fearless as he is known to be. The Magpie, represents someone who will often be on the front lines of any endeavor or task. They are go- getters and often fearless in the face of adversity.

-Melissa Del Pinto