I left off with some works yesterday by A.Y. Jackson of the Group of Seven. Here is a photograph of the artist working outdoors, later in life. There is a particular focus on Jackson here in the Ottawa Art Gallery, as the OAG possesses the third largest collection of his work in the country, and for a number of years the artist lived in the Ottawa Valley.
I headed out, passing through the area where current works of art are for sale. This first one particularly caught my eye. It's called The Big Apple, by Tahini Moltra.
I then descended to a second entrance point. Looking back, I photographed up the stairs to two of the Gallery levels. The restaurant was to my right.
Here we have an outside view.
I then headed past Arts Court, still linked to the Ottawa Art Gallery, inside and out. The old courthouse is well suited to house an arts centre.