Monday, January 02, 2012

Sunflowers and Butterfly painting in Yorkville

Classy Yorkville has graffiti in the streets like a lot of #Toronto, but it is very upper crust, like it should be hung on a mansion wall or in a museum. I gazed at the oil painting of a sunflower field with butterfly that is on the sidewalk side of the Bell switching box on Cumberland Street just to the west of Bellair Street and right beside the Village of Yorkville Park. I would have stayed longer because it was a nice painting but security asked if I had a entrance ticket or a receipt from one of the stores, I didn't so they asked me to move it along. Yorkville also has litter problem but it is all crumpled up $20 bills (minimum) blowing in the wind.

An actual field of sunflowers

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