Presentation on theme: "International Mosaiculture Exhibition Montreal - Summer 2013 Wednesday, September 4, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
International Mosaiculture Exhibition Montreal - Summer 2013 Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Bird Tree This huge sculpture is 10 metres high and they built special high bridge at this end so people could take photographs more easily. Every branch becomes a different bird. The wing span of the condor must be at least 2 metres.
Big Flowers. These are growing in the midst of the Exhibition Gardens, some of the thirty gardens which comprise the Botanic Garden. Notice the bee.
Butterflies. They are about 2 metres high and stand outside the Insectarium, a building housing exhibits of insects.
Two Canoes. The theme of this year's show is the unity of nature and the importance of ecological planning.
The Old Man Who Planted Trees, Horses, Dog, and Sheep. The Old Man is about 7 metres high.
Flock of Sheep, plus one goat. They are all part of a huge display around the Man Who Planted Trees
Caterpillar, outside Insectarium
Easter Island Heads
Clown Fish Swimming through Seaweed
Crouching Frog and Lily Pond.
Horses and Akita Dog. The dog is very famous in Japan and everyone knows him. It is made up of various decorative grasses. The horses' manes are also made of grasses. The horses are twice the size of a normal horse; the dog is 8 feet high.
Lady and Cranes (Chinese Myth) The lady is about 10 metres high.
Line of Lemurs at entrance to Gardens
Pandas and Bamboo
Piano and Tortoise / The Arts and Nature Support Each Other
Spirit of the Woods. The body of the serpent actually snakes around the woods for more than 300 metres.
Phoenix Bird - colossal and with flowers
Water is a gift of Mother Earth, enjoyed by wild horses and eagles.