Friday, July 05, 2013

#Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition 2013

Rain was a bummer but the art was protected by the army camp style, row upon row of white tents in Nathan Phillips Square for the 52nd annual TOAE. All manner of art and jewelry was available for perusal and purchase down at City Hall from July 5-7. The top two photos of this post are sculptures by TickTock Tom.
"The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Canada and has established itself as an important event within the Canadian arts community. For 50 years, TOAE has partnered with the City of Toronto and private business to bring an engaging and exciting selection of visual art to the Toronto community. On the 2nd weekend of each July - rain or shine - TOAE presents a juried showcase of visual artists working in a wide range of traditional and experimental art forms."
Daniel Bombardier
Wesley Rasko

See more of the show after the jump.

Liz Pead and Canadian Landscapes

Land Carpet from Ann Marie Hadcock

Seems free. Fair Warning by Gary Macleod

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