Intersection/transience. In this image we have the intersection of the streets, the overhead hydro and telephone cables, the energy that flows through them and its depletion and replacement, the sunlit and shadow areas, night to […]

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Demolition Project

The Demolition Gallery displays a few photos of the demolition project. The dismantling of the outdated Women’s College Hospital in downtown Toronto. The photos were captured over a couple of years and could be considered reportage […]

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Alleyway Photo Project

The Alleyways photo project was shot in early mornings over a two year period. The transition of light, colour and tone from darkness into daylight imbued this project with a wide range of expression. Each […]

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About Alan’s Art

It’s a matter of being who you are, having an intention and being with what is happening in the moment. My medium for painting is predominately acrylic paint. Sometimes I will pick up a medium or mix […]

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Luba Goy purchases the “Blue Triad”

My dear friend and neighbour for thirty plus years, Luba Goy, has moved to a new home. Instead of walking across the street to visit or borrow this or that, it is now a twenty […]

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Ice and Stone

The walk to my studio takes me along a curving, stone path. Over forty years I have noticed its changes and transience. On the day this photo was taken the temperature had turned mild earlier on that winter day. Water puddled up […]

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Found-Environment Art

Walking through a railway underpass became walking through a transient artwork of Found-Environmrnt Art which you can see in the Colour Wall gallery. These photos were taken during a couple of eager return trips to a railway underpass in downtown Toronto. Water […]

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Table of Stones Project

  On December the 26th of last year, I began a new project which I refer to as the Table of Stones. On my walk to the studio there is a weathered, wooden, round, patio table […]

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