Walter Bachinski’s 1977/8 bronze contrasts images of a female nude. He juxtaposes serene repose with disturbing, violent disfigurement. What multifaceted associations for the artist and the audience?
In 1973, Kitchener’s stately 1924 city hall was demolished for urban renewal. In 1995, the clock tower was restored near the park’s east entrance, becoming a beloved city emblem. Don Drews Please leave this field […]
The bowstring arch design of Cambridge Canada’s 1931 heritage Grand River Galt Main Street bridge is emblematic of Ontario’s Grand River valley. Colourful close-ups with scenic landscapes.. Don Drews Please leave this field empty Check […]
Named for Achilles, the 1891 Achilleion Palace was built for Austro-Hungarian Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria (‘Sisi’) as a classically Greek-inspired summer residence until her 1898 assassination by an Italian anarchist. Germany’s Kaiser Wilhelm II owned […]