Calgary is full of public art. (But not nearly enough for my taste.) Today I made an afternoon out of photographing as many public art pieces as I possibly could.
Steel Trees - Designed to reduce wind gusts between buildings on Stephen Avenue
Solar Flare by Caitlind Brown & Wayne Garrett on Stephen Avenue
The Conversation by William McElcheranon on Stephen Avenue
Nice balls. Also on Stephen Avenue.
Mechanical Horse just off of Stephen Avenue
Next, I'm off to East Village to find one of Calgary's newest public art projects: The largest free-standing mosaic in Canada! But not before I stumble upon these lovely public toilets. Ta da!
Promenade by Julian Opie
The Field Manual by Kai Cabunoc-Boettcher, Ivan Ostapenko & Daniel J. Kirk
Check out some of my past encountes with Calgary's public art:
Device to Root Out Evil - See me checking it out here.
Wonderland - See me checking it out here.
The Family of Man - See me checking it out here.
The Bronze Turtle - See me checking it out here.
The Family of Horses - See me checking it out here.
Weaving Fence & Horn - See it here.
But wiat! It's not over yet! Public Art Scavenger Hunt: Part 2 is in the making...
See? I told you Calgary had lots of Public Art!
This blog was created to share my belief that the art making process can be a vehicle for empowerment.
I am living proof.