Mixed media painting featuring a man beside a vending cart and a prominently placed fire hydrant looking over Lake Ontario towards Sunnyside Amusement Park. Signed with monogram of Dan Steeves. 7 x 9.5 in (17.8 x 24.1 cm). Dan Steevesâ€™ work has been exhibited in public and institutional galleries in Canada, the United States, Holland, China, England, Korea, Russia, Scotland, Italy, Japan, Poland, Taiwan and the Ukraine. His prints are represented internationally in both public and private collections. He is represented by the Abbozzo Gallery of Toronto, Ontario, and the Peter Buckland Gallery of Saint John, New Brunswick. Steeves is Printmaking Technician/Lecturer in the Fine Arts Department at Mount Allison University, the recipient of prestigious awards including Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation and the New Brunswick Strathbutler Award for excellence in the arts, was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2011, and was born in Riverview, New Brunswick. Steeves received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mount Allison in 1981. PROVENANCE: Private collection, Montreal, QC
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