Toronto is a visually vibrant urban landscape full of unique spaces that are constantly colliding and reforming, much like the constant shifts in nature.
Texture and colour stay in motion across everything as seasons change. Toronto has a life of its own; it has become its own entity, a man made natural phenomenon.
Because of this I find Toronto can only truly be captured in Impressionism, where there is a corresponding feel of movement and light, as I can only ever get a sense.
Toronto’s breaking of the skyline, and the way it is in a constant state of change, reminds me of the mountains in British Columbia where I grew up.
Its sprawling mass shifts too much to pin down in a single moment.