“Sunset” – Grange Park Labyrinth – Downtown Toronto

Golden Rays of the Evening Sun sets beyond my Grange Park Labyrinth in Downtown Toronto . . .

Most of the North South lines of this Labyrinth I painted Blue, thus matching the South wall of the Frank Gehry designed Box atop the Art Gallery of Ontario.

East West lines I painted mostly white, to match the Ontario College of Art and Design Shoebox floating in the sky above the main OCAD Building.

Sunset reveals white of the East West much more than blue of the North South.

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