Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

10 shots of art from the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE) is one of a number of outdoor art fairs that takes place in Toronto each summer but aside from the one at the Queen West Art Crawl in September this one is the most diverse and most popular. Running through the end of today, TOAE always seems to suffer from some inclement weather but what it doesn't lack is talented local artists (and artisans) all eager to sell their paintings, photography, sculpture, pottery and other creative wares. Buying art doesn't get more local and accessible than this.

Here are some photographic highlights of 10 artists taking part at this years TOAE.

THE TOAE continues today from 10:30am-6:30pm at Nathan Phillips Square

Photos by Irina No


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