Bloor Street West, 1958
I chose this image because, again, it offered a glimpse into a moment of someone’s life. In this case, this whistling mailman (or parking meter attendant?) walking down sunny Bloor Street West was a lovely representation of the optimism of post-war Canada.
This work will be exhibited at my upcoming show at Urban Gallery in Toronto! The original painting, as well as a selection of signed and numbered prints will be available for sale. You can also buy a print right now by clicking the button below.