The Junction Giclée
You have been asking for this one for AGES....
The Junction Toronto is a vibrant an exciting area that is really changing fast!
I wanted to celebrate this area with the following elements from the history of the area..
The West Toronto train station (around 1911).
The streetcar that used to run along Dundas...here at the corner of Dundas at Keele (in the 1960's)
and then the Barkeep - he and the alcohol he serves was PROHIBITED in the Junction from 1904-1994!!!
DRY FOR ALMOST A CENTURY!!
The last element is the cows...because the Stockyards used to be one of the largest livestock markets in Ontario.
A Giclée (pronounced "jhee-clay") is a sophisticated inkjet method of printing on acid free watercolor paper. These are produced for Rob by a professional Giclee Printer on an Epson printer with K3 pigment inks. Each is printed in 2 sizes, 16" x 20" ($90.00) and 8" x 10" ($35.00). These are small editions.....so you'll wanna get 'em while you can!! The imagery is 100% MINE, and is based on a portion of a previously painted original. The paper is high qualtity, acid and chlorine free 100% cotton rag paper. Which is NICE paper!
For any further questions - just send me a note - I'd love to hear from you!!