was commissioned in the 1960s by Toronto Pearson for the Aeroquay Lounge in the now demolished Terminal 1. It was later reinstalled in 2006 in the new terminal.
Date: 1964 - 2017
Materials: Brass screen in 60 sections
Dimensions: 2.29 x 6.10 metres
Often referred to as the “Picasso of Canada,” he gained international recognition during the 1950s and was a founding member of the Abstract Expressionist group, Painters Eleven (1953-1960). A 60-panel abstract work on brass,