A reminder to members of City Daily Photo: the theme day for October is Change.
This is a view of the entrance hall at the Museum of History.
Taken from above, here is the Grand Hall.
Totem poles and facades typical of the Pacific Coast first nations are found here.
Looks very modern but nice !ReplyDelete
I enjoy each time your museum tours, William !ReplyDelete
Gosto da arquitectura interior deste museu.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
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Hello, the grand hall is lovely. The totems are a favorite of mine. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
Is the museum circular? I like all the natural light.ReplyDelete
...such a beautiful place to display these totems.ReplyDelete
Everything about totem poles is fascinating!ReplyDelete
@Gattina: I've always liked the architectural style.ReplyDelete
@Karl: I enjoy visiting them.
@Francisco: thank you!
@Eileen: it's a wonderful space.
@Janis: it's more like an oval in its shape.
@Tom: it definitely is.
@Marie: I agree.
These are wonderful to see and quite different from Pacific Northwest art. :-)ReplyDelete
I remember the beautiful totem poles in Stanley Park in Vancouver.ReplyDelete
Such wonderful art!ReplyDelete
I always like aboriginal at. Allan Sapp is one of my favorite painters.ReplyDelete
A beautiful museum and very modern too!ReplyDelete
Wow that is impressive.ReplyDelete
@DJan: I enjoy seeing them every time I visit.ReplyDelete
@Janey: that's one part of Canada I haven't been to.
@Red: that style certainly captivates.
@Nancy: it's a wonderful place.
@Happyone: it certainly is.
The Grand Hall of the museum is fabulous William, as are the totems ✨ReplyDelete
Beautiful museum, excellent photographic reporting.ReplyDelete
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Each time you show them, I like those impressive totems in that huge hall.ReplyDelete
Imagine how rewarding it must feel to carve a totem pole. They are fascinating art.ReplyDelete
The Grand Hall is beautiful and the totem poles are very impressive to see.ReplyDelete
And a Grand Hall it is and love to the Native art work displayed so well ~ great post and photos!ReplyDelete
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@Grace: I certainly think so.ReplyDelete
@Maria: thank you!
@Jan: so do I.
@Maywyn: they are!
@Bill: I agree.
That it is!Delete
The BRD has been busy for several months making totems out of clay that she then bakes in a kiln and glazes. But I think the tallest is only about 4 to 5 feet. I'm sending her a link to this post.ReplyDelete
That's such a grand hall.ReplyDelete
It is indeed.Delete
Love the totems--and the architecture!ReplyDelete
So do I.Delete
I like the ceilings there. Very cool. and of course I love Totems and ThunderbirdsReplyDelete
I do too.Delete
The Grand Hall is certainly named well!ReplyDelete
cool ceiling. ( ;ReplyDelete
Very much so.Delete
I do like the Totems …ReplyDelete
All the best Jan