Public Art // Persephone

Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus sits on the grounds of the former Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital on the western shores of Lake Ontario. The award-winning L-Building, a design-build between Humber, Carillion Canada and HOK Architects, is nestled in the centre of 11 historic ’cottages’ constructed in the 1890’s as the Mimico Branch Asylum. Prominently occupying the L-Building’s front courtyard sits Persephone, a deep black Queen of the shades and the sign of a healthy harvest.

  • L-Building, Lakeshore Campus, Humber College , Toronto, Ontario
  • Humber College
  • HOK Architects
  • Museum Pros
  • NSC Contemporary
  • 2013
  • 3/8’’ Stainless Steel, Powder Coated
  • 9’ x 5.5’ varying dimensions

Row 1 / Installation with Museum Pros, Humber Communications Dept.

Row 2 / Site overview, Google Maps

Row 3-6 / Installation Snaps, HV Studio