Scarborough Bluffs - Forming much of the eastern portion of Toronto's waterfront, the Scarborough Bluffs has been described as a "geological wonder" and a unique feature in North America. The bluffs were named after Scarborough, England by Elizabeth Simcoe, the wife of John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada. The bluffs run 14 kilometres from the foot of Victoria Park Avenue in the west to the mouth of Highland Creek in the east, reaching as high seventeen storeys.
Canadian artist Yangyang Pan's expressionistic paintings burst with exuberant strokes and emotionally rich imagery. Inspired by the landscape of Pan's hometown of Scarborough, Toronto, this original piece expresses the city's spiritual realm. One of a kind Unframed Oil on canvas 48"H, 60"W Canada