From a top Canadian artist - an oil painting in the inimitable broad stroke contemporary style of Tom Campbell, two reclining figures sun-bathe in a Toronto city park, blissfully uncaring as a streetcar trundles by.

Artist's Comments:

"My paintings depict common occurrences. Yet it is not their ordinariness that interests me, but the particular specialness of even the most ordinary events. That surprising grandeur as a moment comes and passes." 

This painting was exhibited in the Bau-XI gallery, Toronto, in 1985.

Artist:  Tom Campbell (1951 - )

Oil on unprepared canvas, Signed on verso dated 1985. Black wood frame. 18 ¼ x 27" (46.3 x 68.6 cm.)   Frame 19 x 27 ¾"