Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistEmily Colosimo Platinum Member Collection3D
Description We travel thru time visiting a Disney like Amusement Park that once flourished a known entertainment industry in Niagara Falls Ontario. In the tunnel takes us back to 1979 when a former amusement park called Maple Leaf Village with a carnival midway structure built 'North America's' largest ferris wheel amongst museums and apparel shops. The park closed in 1992 sending it's dismantled ferris wheel to Asia. This appears to be a repeat of another historical moment going back to the early 1900's when the land was hosted by another company called Frontier Amusement Park. They built one of Canada's first steel-made roller coaster. It also was dismantled and the park became abandoned. The tunnel takes us to glorious times gone by as new beginnings unfold.
Emily Colosimo, Toronto Member Since July 2012 Artist Statement Emily grew up in a Canadian Italian Family where her mother was a talented seamstress/pattern designer and her father's hobby was redesigning cars. Her dad once envisioned an alternative fuel vehicle over 40 years ago. All of her siblings inherited much of their talents. Her first artwork was a lighthouse drawn when she was 4 years old. From that point on she was destined to become an architect. Sketching, painting and currently digital artwork has become her passive leisure. From Landscape Architect to Advertising Art Director Emily uses her artistic tools to envision her ideas.