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The Volunteers, by Marlene Hilton Moore ‘The Emigrant’ , created by Armando Barbon
A cold winter night in Ottawa, standing on the grounds of the Parliament Buildings looking toward the statue of Wilford Laurier, the War of 1812 monument and the Chateau Laurier.
A building size mural at 1313 Hollis Street
A few of my favorites in the luggage project at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
The Sailor – on the Halifax waterfront near the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Samuel Cunard – Halifax Waterfront The bronze statue of Samuel Cunard was erected in October 2006, beside the Ocean Terminal Wharves that were used by Cunard’s liners.
Just a bit of northern Ontario along Highway 17, somewhere around Ignace
War of 1812 monument – Parliament Hill The War of 1812 monument was created by Toronto sculptor Adrienne Alison to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the conflict. The seven bronze figures represent the key combatants that came together to defeat … Continue reading
Street art or graffiti? Some street art is well thought out and conveys a message about life, politics, and even historical events that changed the way we think. These examples are at the long shuttered extruded and precast concrete products … Continue reading
A bit of street art – Alert Bay on Cormorant Island