Colour Wall

While walking in downtown Toronto I came across a concrete wall in a railway underpass that had become a huge work of art. A piece that continued to be created as water ran down the vertical surface. The size, the colours, the sound of the trickling water reverberating in the tunnel and the side lit textures, created a transient, sensory environment that stopped me in my tracks. A week later it had become a silent, grey, wall.


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Alan Hooper Paintings and Photography,
Fine Art