Monday, February 21, 2011

Massey Hall, Toronto

6x6 oil on gessobord
Massey Hall was built in 1894 as a Music Hall, and is still used for music performances. It is a great place, full of character. Jazz lovers who are familiar with the Dizzy Gillespie, Charley Parker Recording, Live at Massey Hall...well, this is where it happened in 1953.
I took this picture on Shuter Street in Toronto.
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6 comments:

Marie Theron said...

I love it and always find that there is something special about a painting not showing sky! It is cozy and intimate!

the art of the dance is like chocolate said...

love it too! love the use of red near the black of the sign - draws you into the painting! love the history too!

carol morgan carmichael said...

So nice Catherine. Your painting has as much character as it sounds like the jazz hall does. Love the red doors.

Karen Bruson said...

Great job. Nice color palette.

Julie Hill said...

I love that I can pick your painting out of a line up anytime...I love your sTrong style!

Marian Fortunati said...

This is terrific... colorful, flashy and fun!!!