Bayside Toronto

Bayside Toronto

Size: is 24x36 Medium: Acrylic


An ariel view of East Bayside on Toronto’s Waterfront. The three levels of Canadian government have been working for over a decade in rebuilding parts, such the Wave Decks, HTO Park, Sugar Beach and now the naturalization of the Don River in the PortLands.



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Smart  City

Smart City

With the help of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto’s Quay side will be radically transformed into a walkable, inclusive, sustainable  and affordable neighbourhood. . Size is 36x 48” on lightweight canvas

5000.00

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Phobia

Phobia

Oil, Acrylic on wood panel

90 x 60cm (WxH)

2800.00

Butterflys fears Moth

Cinematic

Cinematic

35x40in.  Cinamatic  describes the constantly changing movement and  shapes the water in Lake Ontario through the four seasons. 

Femme

Femme
Tiny Township

Tiny Township

3200.00

Spirit of Kajama

Spirit of Kajama

On display for Gallery City 2018 Eglinton Crosstown. A historic ship in Toronto waterfront, it once sailed the Carribean. Acrylic.

2300.00

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Arctic Neglect

Arctic Neglect

36in X 24in
SOLD to M2 Gallery Vaughan

920.00

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'Tom Thompson Waterfall'

'Tom Thompson Waterfall'

A collage reflecting our consumerism, consumption and the effect on the environment it has. Also a tribute.

3100.00

R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant

The R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is both a crucial piece of infrastructure and an architecturally acclaimed historic building named after the longtime commissioner of Toronto's public works R.C. Harris.

1880.00

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Scattered

Scattered

SOLD To Aquavista Waterfront Toronto Bayside Inc.

91 x 119cm (WxH)

800.00

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Safe Descent

Safe Descent

Sold to Metrolinx. This painting represents the struggle of many artists, you choose which way you want it to go.

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The Caterpillar

The Caterpillar

This painting is the first painting to be displayed in Toronto for a long duration starting 2013. This caterpillar was originally photographed at the Toronto Islands in 2003.
Sold.

127 x 127cm (WxH)

1200.00

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Road of Life

Road of Life

2006 Acrylic

2800.00