PRLog - Jul. 4, 2012 - TORONTO, Ontario -- Justin Blayney will be showcasing his unique contemporary pixel pop art at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. It will run from July 6th-8th at Nathan Philips Square in downtown Toronto and admission is free. Justin's booth will be located between the stage and the city hall building (yellow 291).
Discarded - Star Baby Pixel Painting
Most of the artwork on Justin's website will be at the show and available for purchase. A preview of his work can be found here http://www.justinblayney.com/
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE) is Canada’s largest juried outdoor art exhibition. Taking place every July on Nathan Phillips Square, it is one of Toronto’s most vibrant public social events, and an economic and inspirational benefit to Ontario’s creative and cultural communities. Since 1961, over 20,000 artists have shown their work at this annual art event in Toronto.
Located at 100 Queen Street West, Nathan Phillips Square is easily accessed by the TTC Queen street car (501), the Yonge Line subway (exit Queen station) or the University line (exit Osgoode Station).