Saturday, July 24, 2010
Toronto Artist Luis Jacob Prepares for an Unusual Painting Assignment
Toronto artist Luis Jacob has had his work shown in the Guggenhiem Gallery in New York City but feels that he hasn't acheived the kind of recognition he deserves. So, with that in mind Jacobs is preparing to paint on an unusual canvas in an unusual location: the interior underpass of Dufferin and Queen Streets.
To learn more, please click here to read Katie Hewett's article in the Globe and Mail.
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