Urban Canvas 2020 Projects

Bayne Gardner 24th Willamette 2Bayne Gardner of Calypso

Dates painted: November/December 2020

Location: 24th & Willamette and Woodfield Station (near 29th & Willamette)

About: Bayne Gardner is a prolific muralist based in Eugene Oregon.  Inspired by the murals and graffiti of the 80’s and the street art of the early 2000’s, Bayne began perusing a full time art career in 2014. Since then he has painted numerous murals throughout Eugene and Springfield for clients like Nike, Willamalane Parks and Rec, The City of Eugene, Riverbend Hospital, Imagination International Inc, The City of Springfield, 4J School District, The University of Oregon, Caddis Fly and The 5th Street Market.  Bayne’s wide range of art styles, from abstract to photo realism and sometimes playful cartoon characters, enables him to adapt to almost any project.  He has also organized many community and student participation murals painted in local schools and parks.


Halloween Pumpkins

Dates painted: October 2020

Location: Downtown Eugene

About: Local artists Travis Pendlebury, Marlis, Mat Whiteley, Dream Lynx and Alex V. Cipolle decorated pumpkins to be placed around downtown Eugene just in time for Halloween.


Fall Windowfront Exhibitions

Dates painted: October 2020

Location: Downtown Eugene

About: Local Urban Canvas artists Mandy Brimmer, Andrew Bronson “Droodle” and Emily Kaman welcomed fall with painted images of flora and fauna throughout downtown Eugene.


Lost Luck Co. Workspace MuralLost Luck Co.

Dates painted: October 2020

Location: 200 East 11th Avenue, The Workspace

About: Alayna Sibille is a multi-disciplinary artist working under the studio name Lost Luck Co.  Drawn to creative exploration by lifetime curiosity and inability to sit still, she uses a synthesis of digital and hand processes with a modern-classic, south-west style. Much of her personal work explores outlook through the lens of luck with themes of perseverance, humor and connection. She offers custom art services including brand design and illustration and runs a hand printed gifts and crafted novelty goods online shop.


Wanting to highlight the building’s entrance with modern, bold style imagery inspired by local geography, Alayna created the composition for this mural reflecting on the natural and structural landscape beyond The Workspace building. Simplified into geometric shapes and outline, the elements of scenery pull directionally from the surrounding location and are meant to be viewed from multiple angles. Lost Luck Co.


Little Free Pantry

City of Eugene Cultural Services worked in partnership with Burrito Brigade, local artists from the Urban Canvas roster, local carpenters and community members to create 5 new little free pantries around town. Now, there are 22 Little Free Pantries in Eugene-Springfield.


The Little Free Pantry (LFP) seeks to support an immediate and local need for food and other essential hygiene products. Little Free Pantries bring neighborhoods together and bridge barriers for those who can’t travel long distances to get free food.  The concept started in 2016 when Jessica McClard, a mom in Fayetteville, Arkansas, was inspired by the Little Free Libraries she saw popping up all over her town. There are now 600+ Little Free Pantries around the world. Burrito Brigade started making its Little Food Pantries in August 2018. 

Andrew Bronson pantryAndrew Bronson “Droodle”

Dates painted: June 2020

Location: Briarcliff Loop and River Road

About: Andrew has lived in Eugene for two years, and in Oregon for his entire life. He has decorated many things for many people including (but not limited to) skateboards, guitars, bedrooms, walls, cars, and even on one occasion, the inside of a store. About his work in general, and the pantry, he says, “I have a style that most find appealing, mainly due to the contents of my art. I mainly work in a cute, cartoonish variety, featuring different monsters and creatures of my own imagination. I love the outdoors and figured it would be a good subject to build from. I also recognized how special this project is, so I focused on making it welcoming, like every face on the pantry is happy to see you!"


Celeste Schield Jacobi pantry photo credit Danavion.comCeleste Schield Jacobi

Dates painted: June 2020

Location: Unitarian Universalist Church, 13th and Chambers

About: Celeste began painting indoor murals at the age of 16 in her parent’s home. During her time at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, she created a variety of other murals in residential and commercial spaces. She has also been commissioned to create art for PABST and The Los Angeles Weekly. She states, "My creative journey has taken me through surrealism, fantasy and abstract. My work is heavily inspired by Salvador Dalí who was the first artists I came across at the age of sixteen. He represented the ’other world’ which I found intriguing and wanted to explore further."  She decided to paint the pantry since more families are finding themselves needing access to food. During COVID-19, many have lost their jobs or have been furloughed putting a strain on household budgets. She says, “I wanted to paint imagery that would make people smile. The ballerina bees and their whimsical nature was the perfect choice.” To view more of her artwork you can visit her website, Creatrix Realms Art Studio. Photo by danavion.com.


Pattrick Price pantry photo credit DanaVion.comPattrick Price

Dates painted: June 2020

Location: Tyler and W Broadway

About: Pattrick Price is an Alaskan born artist following generations of Tlingit totemic style artists. In combination with the oldest styles of art from North America, Pattrick’s form line mixed with modern graffiti backgrounds creates murals that are unique to the Pacific Northwest. Pattrick is the current resident artist for the Ritz sauna in the Oregon Country Fair and has murals at Peterson Barn and at Tracktown Studios in Eugene. Pattrick also does live paintings and creates wearable art in and around Eugene Oregon. Regarding the pantry, he says, “The door is a painting of my interpretation of the sand underwater close to the beach that makes its own little ripples with the waves. It is called Self Organizing Criticality. The sides and back are my depiction of how everything comes together and fits comfortably in the mind when on a spiritual journey. It is called, Psychedelic Vision.” Photo by danavion.com.


Peighton Carmichael pantry photocredit Danavion.comPeighton Carmichael

Dates painted: June 2020

Pantry location: Behind Kincaid Park at 39th & Potter

About: Peighton is a freelance artist born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. She graduated from Lane Community College’s graphic design program in 2019. Peighton has shown her work at assorted galleries downtown at locations such as Cowfish and Lova Kava, and has been involved with community projects including painting this mini food pantry.  "I wanted the pantry to tie in the elements of Oregon that we have, the trees, mountain ranges and our ocean. I like to paint in vivid color to create a psychedelic effect in the contrast, and help bring more vibrancy to our town. Photo by danavion.comLearn more about Peighton


Wendi Kai Pantry photo credit danavion.comWendi Kai

Dates painted: July 2020

Location: Acorn Park

About: Wendi Kai is a classically trained artist, and a professional tattoo artist. She has been working locally for the past 13 years and shown her work locally since 2007, including at Cowfish, The Horsehead Bar, Sam Bond's Garage, Memento Ink, David Minor Theater, Hi-Fi Lounge, Keystone Café and 100 Mile Bakery. She opened a new tattoo shop, Moon Maiden Tattoo, in Springfield in October 2019. She is grateful for the opportunity to be involved in this community Free Pantry art project. She says “The subjects I chose for the pantry are mostly nature images and random fun stuff. The crow is from the Acorn Park neighborhood where I live. I see them almost everyday and love them. I wanted the images to feel welcoming, and spark curiosity. I hope people will smile when they see the box and feel drawn to it. What's inside has the intention of nurturing the community and I wanted the outside to reflect that.” Photo by danavion.com.



Lost Luck Co mural panels at Books with Pictures

Lost Luck Co.

Dates painted: March & April 2020

Location: 99 W Broadway, west wall of Books with Pictures

About: These mural panels show a bright, colorful scene of an active outdoor afternoon in Eugene, and everyone in sight has been to visit the local comic book shop. Anchored in the heart of downtown with the Willamette River and walking paths to the north and a direct view of Spencer’s Butte to the south, the panels outside of Books with Pictures promote the community centered, positive spirit of the comic shop. Lost Luck Co.