Remic Rapids, on the Ottawa River, is home to an original artistic project: the “art of balance”, by local artist John Ceprano.

Remic Rapids, on the Ottawa River, is home to an original artistic project: the "art of balance", by local artist John Ceprano.

Ontario, Canada: Remic Rapids, Ottawa River Parkway

Ontario, Canada: Remic Rapids, Ottawa River Parkway

The Royal Canadian Navy Monument  in Ottawa. The use of the naval colours creates an open space charged with meaning. At the monument site is a white form that evokes several symbols of the Navy,  from sails, to a ship’s design lines, to icebergs, to naval attire. There are gold spheres,  representing the sun, moon and stars, as well as the global reach of the Royal Canadian Navy.It represents the important role of those who have served, currently serve,and will serve in the Navy.

Experience Canada’s capital through year-round activities, attractions and events in the region such as Canada Day and Winterlude.

Remic Rapids ~ These rock sculptures are balanced with no adhesives used, along the river shoreline in Ottawa Ontario, Canada ~ Photo by...Paul Crozier© 1 of 2

Remic Rapids ~ These rock sculptures are balanced with no adhesives used, along the river shoreline in Ottawa Ontario, Canada ~ Photo by.Paul Crozier© 1 of 2

'Northshore', Noel Harding. A jack pine rotates, points due north. Public sculpture, Ottawa. ("The world is always turning, and everything is under movement,” he says.)

Some may think it is a giant steel tea pot but it is actually a sculpture titled "Northshore" by a Canadian artist Noel Harding, with a rotating live tree (jack pine), the spout pointing due north.

Symmetry (Old City Hall - Ottawa) by fromhereonend, via Flickr

Symmetry (Old City Hall - Ottawa) by fromhereonend, via Flickr

Pinterest
Search