Populace is the title of an art exhibition that is being held on the east lawn at the Canadian Museum of Nature from mid June, and will be wrapping up in a few days. As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, the Ottawa Guild of Potters came up with the idea of 9000 ceramic feathers, fleur-de-lys, and roses placed here on the lawn in rolling waves, many of them around the mother and baby dinosaur statues that also stand here. The three items are nods towards the First Nations peoples, as well as the French and English peoples of Canada. Two thousand people were involved in the project, either in the making of the ceramics, or in placing them here. I stopped by to photograph the set on a couple of different days.