Limited Edition Art Print:
West Toronto Railpath
About the Artwork
This is an original artwork created by me, Toronto-based illustrator (and frequent railpath commuter) Meredith Sadler. The artwork highlights a variety of non-commercial sights and sounds of this trail, which beyond functioning as a vital multi-use recreation corridor, is also home to a diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna.
Note: The print sale is now over!
About the Print
- The print is 9” x 12” and includes a 1/4” white border.
- Prints are signed and editioned. (Just 25 available!)
- The price of this work reflects the production cost of creating an archival quality art print. These prints will be produced by local fine art printer Imagefoundry, using archival inkjet pigments on Canson Rag Photographique, a thick and velvety museum-grade art paper which is 100% cotton and acid-free for maximum print quality and longevity.
A Few Detail Views —
For those curious about some legend items —
2: “The 1920 building from 1911”: The distinctive, geometric-patterned Toronto Hydro Junction Substation dates from 1911 (yet is prominently inscribed with the year “1920”).
7: “Chocolate aroma zone”: The air can be quite sweet next to one of the oldest confectionery factories in Canada! (Nestlé Canada).
8: “A mirror that changes its reflection by the week”: A convex traffic mirror that it is an absolute magnet for ever-changing graffiti. (It’s annoying ... unless you embrace the imperfection!)