“Plastic Oasis” – Scarboro Labyrinth – Wading Pool – Prairie Drive Park – Scarborough – Toronto

My Labyrinth Designs often include Canvas Spaces at the turn-arounds.

You can see two such rectangular spaces in the “Scarboro Labyrinth” in the wading pool in Prairie Drive Park.

One with my name, and another without any artwork in it.

Perhaps Vertical Art like this Plastic Oasis piece can be placed in those squares and rectangles, leaving the Labyrinth path walkable without obstruction . . .

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