This the last part of my daily “travel and art” journey of my home city Toronto in the month of October. This post is about my neighborhood and the local piece of nature called the Music Garden.
The current unusual year with #stayhome and #lockdown is giving me opportunity to discover the bright and friendly place I live in.
This painting is mostly for fun:) Honestly the main subject is the bright yellow street note for the pedestrians to be careful – “Sidewalk maybe slippery”.
I used to go this way every morning to my office. Not this year…Almost all locals are working from home except our essential and frontline workers, thank you! This is the bridge on Spadina avenue at Front street.
The garden is still blooming, very warm autumn this year.
My fall “travel and art” in October’s Toronto ended. There are many lovely places in and around the city.
I did photo of some daily sketches this month, some editing tasks in my art “office”:)
Bon voyage! Until the next travel:) Stay healthy.
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Tools used for my painting Watercolour used Charvin and Van Gogh brands, Derwent watercolour pencils and Faber Castell artist pens. Paper Strathmore Watercolour and Mixed Media albums, 15×20 cm (6×8 in.)
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