Ryan Dineen is a multi-talented, Toronto-based artist. The muralist renders large-scale works throughout some of the busiest intersections of the city. His pieces come closer to traditional fine art than what would be suspected of a street artist. His style and compositional skill within the graffiti medium is unique and memorable.
Ryan Dineen has been involved in the local artist community since 2001. He was a contributor to Toronto's biggest spray-painted mural found on Bathurst and Bloor. Dineen is a master wielder of the spray can, but his oil and water paint works are equally as engaging. He has been commissioned for portrait works and boasts a series of impressive personal works. The young artist's collection 'Cityscrapes' exhibits his broad artistic vision.
To see more work by Ryan Dineen, visit his website and watch him color the culture of the Toronto streets.
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