“🚶🏾‍♀️Promenade à Kensington Market” – Labyrinth – Kensington Avenue – Downtown Toronto

This was the final Labyrinth I painted on the July 2019 Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market.

It’s located on Kensington Avenue, placed mostly in front of a laneway exiting onto the street.

The asphalt is crackly and didn’t make a very good candidate for a Street Labyrinth canvas.

Yet because it is in front of a no parking zone, due to the laneway exit, it is an ideal location for a Labyrinth that can remain car-free at all hours outside of Pedestrian Sunday.

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