Picking up where I left off yesterday, a mastodon ice sculpture has been erected on behalf of the Canadian Museum of Nature, where later this year a special exhibit on the ice ages will be held. As the accompanying banner says, mastodons are not the same kind of animal as mammoths.
Interactive light sculptures are part of Winterlude this year at various spots, including here on Sparks Street. This is called Iceberg, and we'll see it again in a coming post. The sounds of an iceberg resonate within, and can change based on how many people are walking through.
Until recent months this was the main branch in the city for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. They've pulled up stakes for other quarters. For the moment, it's unused, but lit up with spotlights for Winterlude.
A carver was just finished working on these smaller sculptures.
And for today I finish up with this more abstract sculpture.