New Blue Heights

In the alley west of Ossington.


A new painting, with the best up so high, it’s hard to capture…


… and that seems like a new artist, to me.



The bottom half was lost on me after studying the top half for so long.


All in all, a great find by the trash bins!


Pics taken by Resa, October 6, 2016

Toronto, Canada

The artist is unknown to me.


Apologies for not capturing the signature, which was there.



15 thoughts on “New Blue Heights

    1. I love it, too! It is a very interesting style, Dali-esque is perfect. It must be a new artist in the alley, as I don’t recognize the style. OR some known local artist is showing a side they’ve kept hidden!

    1. Sometimes they use scissor lifts on flat bed trucks. I’ve also seen them use basket lifts on cranes for 3 stories and higher. 😀 It must be exciting to have such large canvases to express upon. xoxoxo

    1. Thank you, Ann! 😀 I’m always trying to convey something more than just 1 pic, and here it is. I’m trying to share the exhilaration I feel when I see the works, and I find presenting details in some sort of systematic presentation works best. 😀

    1. The street artists are always painting bigger & better! It’s quite the evolution to watch unfold.
      It’s fall now, and the weather is perfect for those 3 hour walks. In the last week I have found an overwhelming variety & volume of art!

  1. My mouth flew wide open in absolute astonishment!!! These are 3D and are so mind boggling gorgeous I truly wonder why why why did the artist not at least try to go mainstream? I’m just in complete awe!!! ❤

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