3 festive Toronto fine art finds

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Struck Contemporary is a 3,000 sq. ft. gallery & event space that hosts an amazing collection of Contemporary Art & merchandise and is available to rent for corporate and private functions! 
• KAWS Figurines • Banksy • Warhol   • Yoyoi Yusama Pumpkins • Supreme Stickers • Mr. Brainwash • Basquiat Skate Decks
STRUCK CONTEMPORARY, 365 Dupont St., 416 928 1777
www.struckcontemporary.com

 

Petroff Gallery offers thoughtfully curated collections of paintings and photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass, and jewellery. Unique and beautiful gifts in all price ranges. Exceptional client service. Please enjoy 10% off on your purchases until December 31.
PETROFF GALLERY, 1016 Eglinton Avenue West, 416 782 1696
petroffgallery.com

 

Stand out this holiday with a memorable gift. Turn your meaningful and memorable photographs into wall art. Premium Canvases, Acrylic mounts, Metal prints and Giclée. Visit our gallery studio for marvelous ideas for home and office. For a limited time, recieve an amazing gift box and gift wrap included in your purchase price.
PICS ALIVE INC., 217 Avenue Rd., 416 876 4564
www.picsalive.ca

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