Urban Images

Historic Assembly Hall, Toronto, 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16 x 16. Framed Size 25 x 25.
Historic Pavillion, Toronto, 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16 x 16. Framed Size 25 x 25.
Humber College Building E11,, Toronto, 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16 x 16. Framed Size 25 x 25.
Historic Cumberland House, Toronto, 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16 x 16. Framed Size 25 x 25.
Meadow, Toronto, 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16 x 20. Framed Size 25 x 29.
 
Early Willow Growth, View #1, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x16. Framed Size 25x25.
Early Willow Growth, View #2, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x16. Framed Size 25x25.
Parkland View to Lake - View 1, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x16. Framed Size 25x25.
Parkland View to Lake - View 2, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x16. Framed Size 25x25.
Power House Recreation Centre Reflections, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x16. Framed Size 25x25.
Power House Recreation Centre, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x16. Framed Size 25x25.
Walkway to Cumberland House, Toronto. 2009. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Humber River Reflections, Toronto. 2006. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Building G, Humber College Lakeshore Campus 2008. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Missed Placed, Distillery District, Toronto. 2008. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Are We Becoming Prisoners in Today's Residential Development? Liberty Village, Toronto. 2008. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Will this Become Another Lost Building? Liberty Village Sales Centre, Toronto. 2008. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Another Lost Industrial Space, Toy Factory, Toronto. 2008. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Bates & Dodds, Toronto. 2005. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Distillery Historic District Textures, Toronto. 2004. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Matador Club, Toronto. 2004. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Morning Reflections, Humber Bay Marina, Toronto, 2005. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Pelican, Bluffer's Park Marina, Toronto, 2004. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Vine on Wall, Liberty Village, Toronto, 2000. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.
Sunnyside Reflections. Toronto, 2004. Edition Size 10. Image Size 16x20. Framed Size 25x29.

Dale's urban subjects are currently from Toronto. When creating an image, she will look for a unique perspective some of which are preplanned and more often the artwork is created when the subject is shot. Her artwork often includes shadows and clouds; and will tell a story, make a statement or record a historical perspective.

For the Toronto Contract Photography Festival, she has created themed artwork.

The Bates & Dodds, is a very recognizable Queen West streetscape with Toronto's oldest funeral home and Igor's Bike Repair Shop. In fact, Igor's Bike Shop has a very jaded past and now has been closed. As she was planning the picture, she decided that an element of motion (vehicular and pedestrian traffic) would create further interest. The image that she selected had a bicycle rider passing in front of the bike shop and a car passing in front of the funeral home. This is often referred to as two ghostly images passing in front of the funeral home.

Morning Reflections was created one June morning between 7 am - 8 am when she was just out for a walk by Mimico Marina at Humber Bay Park West in Toronto. The softness of the morning light and the slight movement in the water allowed her to create this unique image.

Pelican was created at Bluffers Park Marina while she was on a commission. She created this photograph by using the lines to draw your eye down the dock to the Scarborough Bluffs.

The Sunnyside Gates and Club Matador were preplanned images. For the nineteenth thumbnail, 'Bates & Dodds', I selected this location because I was looking for a Queen West streetscape for presentation at the Queen West Art Crawl in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Not only being across the street from Trinity Bellwoods Park, it is a very recognizable streetscape with Toronto's oldest funeral home and Igor's Bike Repair Shop.

As I was setting up, I decided that an element of motion (vehicular and pedestrian traffic) would add further interest to the image. The image that I selected had a bicycle rider passing in front of the bike shop and a car passing in front of the funeral home. This is often referred to as two ghostly images passing in front of the funeral home.

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Dale M. Reid
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