/R E P E A T -- Media Advisory - From pony to Picasso, cow to Chagall - Farm animals set to paint artwork for The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair/
- The Royal to celebrate 90 years with unique artwork -
TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2012 /CNW/ - On Thursday, September 20th The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will create a unique piece of artwork, painted solely by farm animals. With paint on their hooves and feet, a variety of animals including a horse, cow, pigs, sheep, and chickens will stride across a giant 16'X12' canvas, creating a work inspired by abstract expressionism.
A portion of the canvas will then be photographed and made into the official Royal poster. Each year, The Royal commissions a noted Canadian artist to create a Royal-inspired poster that reflects the attributes of the Fair. To celebrate its 90th anniversary, The Royal selected the most noteworthy stars of The Royal - the animals - to 'create' this year's poster. The poster, as well as portions of the original canvas, will be available for purchase at The Royal.
The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is the world's largest combined indoor agricultural and equestrian show. This year, The 90th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair runs November 2-11, 2012 at Exhibition Place in Toronto. Visit royalfair.org for more information.
|WHAT:||Farm animals creating original artwork at The Royal's official poster shoot|
1400 King Vaughan Road (between Bathurst and Dufferin Streets)
Farm animals and artists, including: a horse, cow, pigs, sheep and chickens;
Royal Spokesperson Rachel Woodman, Director of Marketing
Thursday, September 20, 2012
10:00AM to 11:30AM *
*Please note that as we are working with animals, an exact timing of each animal's painting time is difficult to determine.
SOURCE: The Royal Agricultural Winter FairFor further information:
To confirm attendance or for more information contact:
FISHER AGENCY PR
P. 416 456 7650