Ferry Boat (Island Series)
Giclee print on 3/4 " deep stretched canvas with black edge. Available in a variety of sizes. Unframed. Ready to hang.
This is a painting of the Thomas Rennie Toronto Island Ferry Boat. This boat was built in 1950 and named after Canadian business man Thomas Rennie, a member of the prestigious Toronto Harbour Commission. I grew up on Toronto Island and rode this boat across the Toronto Harbour many many times. It is a delightful trip, and the ferry boats are still in service.
Lory MacDonald OCAD is an artist, the Show Producer for Artfest Ontario and a leader in the arts community. Her entrepreneurial passion and creative ideas have inspired artists of all ages. Lory is dedicated to promoting and providing opportunities for artists to create, exhibit and sell their work. She is a recipient of the Collingwood Arts & Culture Award.
Lory's philosophy is: Life without creativity and passion is dull! This is her motivation to create art daily, to promote Canadian artists and to provide opportunities for creative people to thrive.
Her latest endeavour is the online Artfest Shop and hosting monthly Artfest Livestream Events. Keeping people connected to their arts community has become her top priority. With her partner Al Hearn, she also runs the Artists Advantage membership program, an important resource for artists across Canada.
Paintings can be returned or exchanged with 14 days.
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