Wandering Downtown Broadway

With sketchbook in hand artist Fisher Monahan takes a walking tour of Broadway but gets distracted by all the nearby nosh.

June 16, 2023 | | Arts

Inspired by nature, Creemore artist Fisher Monahan often finds himself outdoors, pen and paper in hand, drawing whatever happens to be in his way. The 18-year-old’s art reflects this casual approach to adventure – not taking anything too seriously, but still looking for vivid experiences wherever he goes.

In his latest instalment for In The Hills, Fisher takes a stroll down Broadway but can’t help but notice all the delicious distractions around him.

“Is there such a thing as a perfect summer day? The sunshine streaming through the window onto my croissant tells me yes, and that perfect day is today.”

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