The Spider Takes Ottawa
Notre Dame Cathedral seems to be under attack from the National Gallery's large spider sculpture. Called Maman, it is the last of six spiders cast by renowned Franco-American artist Louise Bourgeois as a tribute to her mother. Remington Show 08
This installation of is in a condo in the Byward Market area of the city. The finished work is approximately 48 x 72 (ceiling height in the room is 9').
Heads Up at Christ Church
This photo won Honorable Mention in the 2006 Upper Canada Village photo contest.
Notre Dame Cathedral shot from beneath the spider sculpture in front of the National Gallery
With its monumental and terrifying scale, Louise Bourgeois' "Maman" has become an icon of contemporary art
Maman is a bronze, stainless steel, and marble sculpture by the artist Louise Bourgeois. Across the street is Notre Dame Cathedral.
The Island Church in Potsdam, NY
Notre Dame in Ottawa
Heads Up Near Christ Church
2nd place winner in a yearly international Upper Canada Village photo contest.
Window in Notre Dame Cathedral, Ottawa
The Spider Takes Ottawa (original photo)
See the previous photo - I divided this into nine images, each one 16 x 24, had them dry-mounted on foamboard, and then used velcro to fasten them in place.
Windows Sans Microsoft
A bit of fancy created by combining a Lowville building with a Pierrepont church, a Canton rainbow and a blackbird who was scolding loudly one morning.