These are my featured watercolor paintings. This series is called Thousand Point Perspective.

When I first started urban sketching, I learned how to visually show what architecture looked like without the worry of being precise. I was able to freely draw the lines for the sake of representing what the building looked like, trusting my artistic skill to draw what I needed without over thinking it. The vibrant colour pallet is used to show the life of each building and how colourful they really are.

By creating these pieces with the focal point being in colour in contrast to the emptiness around it, I am able to make you really look at the architecture like you normally wouldn’t when walking down the street. With me being able to enjoy the freedom of creating these artworks by hand, I am able to deliver a body of work that shows the viewers a different side of the city that most people don’t get to see.

Small Toronto Sign
Toronto Sign – $25.00 – 8″ x 10″
Small Honest Eds
Honest Eds  – 9″ x 12″ – SOLD
Kensington Market – SOLD
FlatIron Gooderham Painting Watercolour watercolor architecture toronto ontario canada canadain building
FlatIron – $450.00 CAN
Distillery District
Distillery District – $450 CAN
Ontario School Of Art and Design University Watercolor Watercolour Building Handmade Traditional Painting
OCAD – $450 CAN
Yonge and Dundas Square North East Side
Yonge and Dundas Square North East Side – $450 CAN
Honest Eds
Honest Eds – SOLD
The St. Lawrence Market
The St. Lawrence Market – SOLD
The Bay - SOLD
The Bay – SOLD
Yonde Dundas Square South East Side
Yonde Dundas Square South East Side – $450 CAN


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