“Love Button” – Labyrinth – Kensington Avenue – Kensington Market – Downtown Toronto

Hearts.

I now place them in the Centre of almost all my Labyrinths.

I add them to turn-arounds at the ends of the Lines which make up the outline of my Labyrinth Designs.

This Heart centre of my pass-through Labyrinth painted on Kensington Avenue during the July 2019 Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market.

Without a Heart somewhere in my designs, my Labyrinths now feel incomplete.

Emotion is absent.

Adding one or more hearts, changes the entire feeling, meaning, and experience of a Labyrinth . . .

Love Button indeed.

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