Here is another view of The Lobster Fisherman, representing Nova Scotia.
The Canadian Horse is the title of this sculpture set representing New Brunswick.
Three Ships From France represents the province of Quebec, and this one evokes the journeys of Jacques Cartier.
This one was done to represent Ontario. Five human figures are emerging from the waters of the Great Lakes, representing different backgrounds. It is titled The Niagara Gateway.
Canada 150: A Powerful Symbol is the title of this work.
Another view of what's to come.
This is amazing. I didn't think anything could top your winter festival but this is equally spectacular. I love how that horse is rising out of the foliage...but then I have to say I love it all.ReplyDelete
Those flower sculptures are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Another great series William. I love the lobster fisherman, it's truly an amazing piece of work.ReplyDelete
I cannot fathom all of the details that go in to making something like today's fisherman.ReplyDelete
Oh la! The three French ships are magnificent!ReplyDelete
the fisherman is beyond cool~ReplyDelete
...what a creative place, I love it.ReplyDelete
@Kay: it's proven to be quite popular.ReplyDelete
@Marleen: they are!
@Janis: it's a lot of work!
@Marianne: it is!
@Grace: I agree!
@Tom: so do I.
Hello, awesome garden views. I love the lobster fisherman. Great sculptures. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Fantastic and very powerful creations to embody Canada's history.ReplyDelete
Beautiful creations, William!ReplyDelete
They are beautiful. Such talent!ReplyDelete
This is something I would really like to see. There's lots of color and movement.ReplyDelete
That lobster fisherman is pretty amazing.ReplyDelete
@Eileen: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Christine: I've enjoyed this exhibition, and I'll be back again before it's done.
@Linda: they certainly are.
@Lois: I agree.
@Red: there's a lot of it.
Those are incredible! I really love the Canadian Horse sculpture!ReplyDelete
Lobsterman! Love it. :-)ReplyDelete
I love these living sculptures, William; and your great comment: "One more duck and they can take over the world."ReplyDelete
I do enjoy all your camera takes William. And the time to explain when needed.ReplyDelete
Wow, lots to see at this event. You saved the best for your header.ReplyDelete
Absolutely spectacular, I've not seen anything as good as this.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
This is worth a trip to Ottawa. Thanks for showing us all of these beauties!ReplyDelete
@Tamago: so do I.ReplyDelete
@Revrunner: it's quite an installation!
@Cloudia: thank you!
@ODP: it's quite a thing to take in.
@Jan: this event is quite popular.
@RedPat: you're welcome.
@Halcyon: it is!
Wonderful photos and very impressive exhibits. Thanks William :)ReplyDelete
The horse is my favorite.ReplyDelete
your neck of the woods really goes all out. i am curious ... what they do or how they plan? how they pay? and how they get it all worked in? very cool. any ways ... i think it is just gorgeous!! love all the colors. so so pretty ... you enjoy! thx 4 sharing!! ( ;ReplyDelete
Quite the show! Great sculptures, but did love the horse.ReplyDelete
I would enjoy seeing these!ReplyDelete
@Denise: you're welcome!ReplyDelete
@Norma: the next time I do a series, it'll be longer than this one is, and I'll show more detail of the horses.
@Beth: it had to have been planned well in advance, but the event is funded by three levels of government, and I suppose there's also some private sponsorship, but not in any obtrusive way. It's actually free to get into.
@Mari: thank you!
@Janey: they are quite a sight to behold.
Fisherman looks great.ReplyDelete