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Hot Art: Pieces at Large

Norval Morrisseau's Tales of the Story Tree is one of a variety of works now displayed at the Elmwood Spa

Who says masterpieces live only in galleries? This month it’s easy to appreciate art in non-traditional spaces. Until April 23, guests enjoying a day of relaxation at the Elmwood Spa are treated to Copper Thunderbird: The Art of Norval Morrisseau, a private exhibition featuring Tales of the Story Tree and other vibrant paintings by one of this country’s most beloved Aboriginal artists. Nearby, diners at the Windsor Arms Hotel’s exclusive steakhouse, Prime, can strike up ample conversation about the Canadian pop-art works by Charles Pachter—from his Queen of Canada to famed depictions of the country’s flag—that hang on its walls. Of course, the city also has numerous public art installations that can be admired without ulterior motive. Michael Snow’s Toronto Eaton Centre geese piece, known as Flight Stop, is particularly notable.

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