We have been getting great responses to our first annual Circa 4x4 Open Call Art Show and we can’t wait to show off the amazing pieces our creative community has produced. Be sure to come out and get great original art works for your loved ones over the holidays.
Charlie Green brings Los totems to the walls of Worth Gallery, November 2022. The show entitled '99 Totems' draws inspiration from the old folk tune '99 on the wall'.
Painting on walls, alleyways & utility boxes is one kind of street art, while another kind of street art is painting urban street scenes on canvases. Michael Cavanaugh knows about both, but this show focuses on the latter.
Toronto’s WORTH GALLERY is proud to present the artwork of Ronan Walsh, a renowned Toronto-based, international artist/painter.
The Statues of Limitations Art Show selected subjects are of religious and greek mythology dissent emphasizing the ‘limitations' and triggering inherent restrictions in us. The life-like forms stand frozen in time as a constant reminder of where we came, compelling us to what we might become.
StreetARToronto is delighted to partner with Worth Gallery, Curator Adrian Hayles and The West Toronto Photography Group (WTPG) on an exhibit, film screenings and a panel discussion spotlighting StART underpass artworks and the artists who painted and photographed them.
We can not bolster ourselves as Toronto's premier street art and mural focused contemporary gallery and overlook Al Runts contribution to our city's expanding cityscape canvas.
Hans Poppe is an award-winning contemporary artist and graphic designer whose practice includes painting, illustration and printmaking. His latest artwork taps into notable African-Canadians who have left their mark in one form or another.
Concrete Lab is an augmented reality app that allows users access to detailed information about the Reggae Lane, Yonge Love and Bell Box Mural.
Friday April 1st at 7pm we celebrate the arousal wizardry of Toronto own @vizsla_bacon. Bacon has amassed an incredible collection of street and graffiti artwork that is without parallel.
Our Grand Opening of the gallery featured the Street Art Toronto Boxes and Barriers Exhibit. It introduced a wide array of artists celebrating over 300 boxes and barriers painted across the city.