FEATURING RAYMOND SALABER
Raymond Salaber has two work-spaces; one at his parents’ house in the tranquil farmland suburbs and one in the busy city of Toronto. Salaber enjoys this differentiation. He never gets tired of watching and observing people from his studio, a café window, the rooftop of his city building or the park. Notebooks and brainstorming sessions are essential for this artist, and while he works better in silence there are times when he gets pleasure from a conversation about cooking, architecture, his work or art in general.