P. Allandale Go Station
The Allandale Go Station is a relatively newer addition to our waterfront. The exploration of my own city over the years has opened my eyes to finding beauty where you least expect it.
Even in an underground transit tunnel, you can find colour, texture, light, and movement.
Urban design can have a great impact on the mental health of a community. Studies have shown links between public spaces and mental health, including urban greenery, scale, and design of buildings.
- Print with Frame - 15" x 21" x 2"
There are 8/10 prints available in the 24" x 36" size. The 1/10 print in this size is hanging in Pratt Homes, The Gallery Condos, and was originally commissioned for their advertising campaign. The 2/10 of this 24" x 36" limited edition was donated to the MacLaren Art Centre art auction.
I have 8 of the 24" x 36" framed prints left in this edition. $50 of each print in this size will be donated to New Path Youth and Family Services.
$15 from the sale of this 12" x 18" print will be donated to New Path Youth and Family Services.
The pandemic has been challenging for many not-for-profit organizations. I have donated for several years to New Path and I was looking for a creative way to be able to donate again this year.
Children are the forgotten voices of the pandemic. We have seen a devastating impact on the mental health of many children and youth, not only in our community but across the world during the past year.
Your purchase of this print will help raise funds to help the 1 in 5 children or youth struggling with mental health during this time.
Prints + Framing:
View the home page for details of the archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Rag paper and custom framing.