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12/01/2016 Toronto's First Anonymous Art Show in support of ART for Cancer Foundation Central West Free

This group exhibition and fundraising event will feature work from established as well as emerging artists, including many of our workshop participants. This event is an important fundraiser for the many creative programs delivered free by ART for Cancer Foundation, to people living with cancer. Hundreds of original paintings created in a diverse style and subject matter will be available for sale all sized 8” x 8” x 1½” (gallery style) canvas or wood cradled panel. Each piece is priced at $100. The artist remains a mystery, until after the purchase. Purchased paintings are immediately taken off the wall and given to the purchaser. In its place a sold tag will hang revealing the artist's name and a photo of the art.
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