A PATCH PROJECT
“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.
PROJECT AT A GLANCE
Location: 346 Davenport Rd, Toronto
Artist(s): Brianne Burnell
Services: PATCH Hoarding Exhibits
About the Artist
Brianne Burnell is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist. Her work explores endless combinations of colour and texture through traditional painting and collage, digital collage, and projection. She works intuitively, fuelled by a desire to play and experiment. Burnell has embraced her love of playful colour and design to create artwork for award-winning children’s toys sold globally.
For over 25 years, Freed Developments has been changing the face of Toronto with its unique brand of design-based development. Freed’s portfolio includes luxurious modern condominium towers, hospitality ventures, resort communities and commercial spaces. A Freed property is more than just a building. It’s a lifestyle hub, a place where people can work and play in buildings that make a true design statement.