On the same snowy day I took the shots up at Nepean Point, I took these shots of the National Gallery. The first is one of the main approaches. The main entrance is the glass enclosure you see on the right. A large ramp, sheltered from the elements by a glass enclosure, leads up to the galleries inside.
The glass tower itself, having had been sheltered by an iceberg canvas through the last few months, is below. Glass panel replacement seems to be going slower than expected; the job was supposed to be done by now.
Here's an earlier view of the glass tower, before the snow. And this shot of the tower is taken from behind the building, on the path up Nepean Point.
There are several sculptures outside the Gallery. This is one of them, on the back lawn. It's several lampposts fused into one.