Well, we’ve done it. We’ve posted 100 articles on great art located in the city! Let’s look back at some of PATO’s favourites
It’s been said that art is never complete, only abandoned, so it’s nice to see an artist returning to a completed work to expand it to suit the times. Find out why Monica Winkeler expanded here piece, The Riverside Sports Legacy Mural.
Every month I take hundreds of pictures. I have to make hard choices as to which I’ll include in the article. This means that I have to leave some interesting photos on the cutting room floor as it were.
It seems like a bit of a waste to not share these images, so once a month I’ll publish some of my favourite but unseen photos.
Does investment in public pay off in the long run? And how do you measure it anyway?
Find out more about Joe Fafard, one of Canada’s preeminent artists.
Tell pretty much anyone in this town that you are writing a blog about public art in Toronto and the first thing they’ll ask is: “Have you written about the cows yet?” Somehow seven life-sized bronze statues of cows have become synonymous with public art in this city. But how?
Public Art of Toronto resumes its regular publishing schedule on Wednesday, January 11.
A prolific street artist, Sweetman has contributed to a wide variety of public art installations throughout the city, working as a solo artist or as part of a collective. So how does that fit in with the rest of the Riverside neighbourhood?
Learn a little more about Elicser Elliot and Sight1, the local graffiti artists responsible for the Leslieville mural.
When I write about a piece of art, a statue, or mural, I expect to do some research. The truth of the matter is I don’t know the difference between […]