Canadian artist captures ‘garden of life’ in cartoon – CBC News

A Canadian artist is capturing a garden of life in his latest creation, which includes a garden that looks like a large garden, with different plants blooming at different times.

The garden is part of an exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario, which will be on view through Feb. 1.

“It’s kind of a very organic way to do things,” said Mark MacMillan, the curator of Canadian art and a member of the Ontario Society of Artists.

The exhibit opens with an image of a man sitting in a chair, with a garden he’s painting, a small garden nearby, and a sign that says “Garden of Life.”

MacMillan said the garden has a different aspect to it than other gardens in the city.

“I like the way it has its own texture, and that it is very organic, with things that are different every day,” he said.

He said he was inspired by the idea that people in Toronto have a tendency to over-indulge, and to eat the same food every day.

“We just need to grow and take care of each other, and have a little bit of love and joy and laughter,” he explained.

MacMillon said his garden also contains a little girl who’s trying to get her nails done, but has trouble doing it, and the man who is helping her.

He says the exhibit also focuses on the relationship between people and nature, and how they interact with it.

“You don’t necessarily have to look at this as a garden, you can walk through the gardens,” he added.

The gallery is located at 845 York Street in Toronto.