Last Saturday afternoon, I had some time to kill in downtown Winnipeg(prior to the Jets final hockey game of the regular season….no I didn’t go to the game…I just hoped that I could get some good fan photos). So, I wandered into the Winnipeg Art Gallery to stroll the galleries, taking advantage of my yearly membership. Their current special exhibit is called Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15. The exhibit features interactive architecture models, photography, and topographical maps of the 25 communities of Nunavut. You can read more about it and see more photos here.
I loved that light played a major role in this exhibit….catching light, blurring light and reflected light. The photos below show just one part of the exhibit.
The well-lit exhibit:
Slow shutter photo of the exhibit:
Reflections of the wall exhibit…on the floor:
Linking to NF Catching Light on Monday here.
Linking to NF DAM on Wednesday here.
Linking to Weekend Reflections on Friday here.
And I almost forgot: GO JETS GO.