Over at my writer's blog today, I have another photo post from the Ottawa Welcomes The World embassy series, this time featuring two Caribbean nations, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago.
I am finishing the MosaiCanada series today, but I will be back before it closes in mid-October, so we'll see another series down the line. Here are more shots of Mother Earth.
On The Trail Of The Algonquin People is the title of this sculpture, depicting a family working on constructing a birchbark canoe.
This glance back takes in a different view of The Voyageur, which I showed earlier in the series.
This last work, titled Odyssey and Hope, is not a mosaiculture piece, but representative of what is called ecological art- in this case, driftwood shaped like a mare and colt. The idea comes from a British artist, Heather Jansch.
And I finish where I started, with another view of the plant covered train. I hope you've enjoyed the series.