Saturday, February 12, 2011

Queen and St. Patrick, Toronto

6x6 oil on board
I was able to spend some time in Toronto, and took lots of photos. The city provides so much food for the senses. There are so many shapes, textures and colors. There is lots of activity going on, even on the coldest or snowiest days. Its exciting being there, taking it all in, and hoping that I can capture even a small portion of what it has to offer. And of course, the architecture is stunning.
This small painting shows the corner of St. Patrick and Queen, on a cold crisp February day. I plan to do a larger version of this scene.
$100.00 plus $10.00 shipping
If you would like to bid on this painting, you can go to the ebay auction page HERE.

6 comments:

Marie Theron said...

Catherine, a very interesting composition and once again I admire your clever use of tonal values. I just called my husband to look at Snow on Queen. That is my all-time favorite!

Dana Cooper said...

Lovely atmospheric quality here Catherine!

Kelley Sanford said...

Catherine, love the "slice" to the city and sky. You certainly captured the shapes,colors & textures. Wonderful.

Shelby Dillon said...

Is it getting warmer yet? Actually, I love your snow paintings too much to wish for spring yet! Love this one.

the art of the dance is like chocolate said...

i love this! i love how you have conveyed to me 'dawn to dusk'! i have 'been in that building and looked out that window!' beautiful!

Ruth Andre said...

Catherine, I like the composition on this painting so very much and the sky is gorgeous. Lovely!