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Spring in Gallery Park, Oakville

Gallery ParkThe week before Easter was cold and nasty. Gusting wind, snow and freezing rain made the mess everywhere.
There were only Spring dreams in Gallery Park on the Corin Sworn painting. Her work also includes a collection of vases: each week of the exhibition, a flower arrangement is designed in response to the specific period  in which the vases were made. The arrangement and vase are subsequently placed in the direct beam of a projector, casting stark shadows on the wall.
Gallery Park is still waiting for the warm sunny weather to bloom all the beautiful flowers. And for now the only joy in the park is the absence of crowd and loneliness.

5 responses

  1. Sorry so late to comment …. Busy on me end. Your pics really DO look cold, Alexander! I really hope it warms up soon for the both of us. I really enjoyed your photos and I thank you for them. 🙂 ❤

    April 1, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    • Believe it or not I enjoy this Spring. I can feel it. Mostly we do not have such a Spring. It very fast goes directly to Summer with hot temperature, humid etc. the flowers and trees are blooming like explosion. You cannot watch their slow awaking. The longer is Spring the more desirable and enjoyable Summer.
      This coming weekend we expect snow again. It is not really nice but we cannot complain on the Mother Nature! Right?

      April 1, 2016 at 3:13 pm

  2. “And for now the only joy in the park is the absence of crowd and loneliness.” …
    Joy in loneliness … hard to grasp but it makes sense. Very well put.

    That tree has an eye!

    March 31, 2016 at 4:22 am

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