346 Davenport Road, Toronto, ON
“Settling” uses simplistic shapes and pastel colours to create an abstract map of a Toronto neighbourhood. This piece was inspired by the experience of moving to downtown Toronto from a small town, feeling like the city was never-ending and overwhelming, and how that perception changed as the artist settled into her west-end apartment and began to intimately understand the neighbourhood.
Brianne Burnell is a Toronto-based digital artist who specializes in colourful abstract collages. Working professionally since 2013, Burnell has worked with the City of Toronto, Spin Master children's toys, Collective Arts Brewing, and a variety of local and ...
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