KEITA MORIMOTO’S PAINTINGS ON THE INTERPLAY OF LIGHT IN WEST-END TORONTO AS THE SUN SETS

The Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Richmond Street East at Jarvis, will be showing new work by the Japanese artist of our city, when the sun sets and the lights are turned on.The exhibit features ‘Garden of Light’, an eight by eighteen-foot triptych – looking east from downtown TORONTO.<Keita Morimoto, ‘Night Gazers’, 2019, courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery><Keita Morimoto, ‘Portal’, 2019, courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery><Keita Morimoto, ‘Homecoming’, 2019, courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery><Keita Morimoto, ‘Past and Future’, 2019, courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery><The paintings are showing until February 29/2020 at the NICOLAS METIVIER GALLERY, 190 Richmond Street East, Downtown Toronto>

One thought on “KEITA MORIMOTO’S PAINTINGS ON THE INTERPLAY OF LIGHT IN WEST-END TORONTO AS THE SUN SETS

  1. I liked his portraits better.

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