Fallen Star

 Don Maynard is an artist who works with a variety of media including painting, sculpture and multi-media installations. Primarily based in Kingston, Ontario he has created several public art works including Stand of Birch, Archive for the City of Ottawa, Maintaining Gravity in Kitchener/Waterloo and Wave for the City of Toronto that can be viewed … [Read more…]

Short Story

In Westboro at the corner of Churchill and Byron resides a tall yellow and orange tree shaped sculpture by Jennifer Stead. Prior to this sculpture being completed in 2015, Churchill Avenue underwent an extensive redevelopment to upgrade the water and sewer infrastructure, create separate bike lanes and upgrade sidewalks. This sculpture was commissioned as part … [Read more…]

The Perils of Procrastination

It has been over a year since my last post and admittedly I did try and publish a post on exactly the 1-year mark, but that didn’t work out. Seems as although I constantly take photos while traveling within the city, I rarely get around to writing a post about those photos, as can be … [Read more…]

Il/elle n’a pas de nom

This mysterious aluminium irregular sculpture is situated just off of Confederation Boulevard, near the National Art Gallery.  It was created in 2015 by Marc-Antoine Côté and consists of what appear to be numerous welded strips of aluminium arranged in an irregular spherical-like shape.  Measuring approximately 151 x 132 x 149 inches, it is by no … [Read more…]

12 Points in a Classical Balance

Described as a “sine curve” or a line whose end joins the beginning to form a loop, this modernist sculpture was created in 1982.  Made from Western Red Cedar and weighing 3,175 kilograms this sculpture formerly sat in the Garden of the Provinces and Territories, across from the Library and Archives Canada Building.  It has … [Read more…]

Dancing Bear

Walking in the heart of the Byward Market you might come upon this whimsical Dancing Bear sculpture.The Dancing Bear is hidden in the Jeanne D’arc Court and accessible through three walkways, two off York Street and one off Clarence Street.  It’s nestled at the centre of a quiet courtyard surrounded by several heritage buildings and newer … [Read more…]