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Slideshow: Kevin O’Leary wants to be an artist—and he’s not half bad

Slideshow: Kevin O’Leary wants to be an artist—and he’s not half bad
(Image: courtesy of Kevin O’Leary)

Kevin O’Leary is better known for his ego and Dragon Den real-talk than his artistic soul, so we were skeptical when we heard that he’s mounted a photo exhibition as a fundraiser to support teenage entrepreneurs. Kevin O’Leary 40 years of Photography showcases a selection of images that the Dragon, an avid amateur shutterbug since the early ‘70s, shot during four decades of travels. The framed prints range from college-era self-portraits to aerial landscapes, cost $6,000 a pop and are available for public viewing at First Canadian Place. Some of them are also damn good. See for yourself, below.

See our top 10 photographs from Kevin O’Leary’s show »

Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs
Kevin O’Leary’s Photographs

Until Nov. 14. Free. First Canadian Place, 100 King St. W., photos.kevinoleary.com/40years

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