A collection of our favourite IG photos from the past week.
The show highlights work of SPAO’s 2020 graduating class.
A field of bright sunflowers immediately say summer. The calm of these mighty florals moving slowly to face the sun (“tournesol”) is a reminder of nature’s wonder.
If you’re looking for a little tranquility within the city, Fletcher Wildlife Garden at 865 Prince of Wales Drive has just that
At 529 Richmond Road, nestled quietly in the heart of bustling Westboro, sits the 19th-century Maplelawn Garden.
Ottawa photographer Kelly McDonald takes us on a tour of the Ornamental Gardens at the Central Experimental Farm.
Like many long term care homes in our province, Carlingview Manor in Ottawa has been hit devastatingly hard with the COVID-19 virus. Being part of the same community, photographer Kelly McDonald was able to capture a few signs of hope and courage.
Photographer Kelly McDonald captured some of the many signs related to the pandemic on a walk through her neighbourhood of Woodpark in west Ottawa.
The Ottawa Arts Council announced its annual Arts Awards winners this week via social media.
As neighbours and friends pass on their “daily cabin-fever fighting walks,” photographer Kelly McDonald hangs from her upstairs window and snaps.
The House of Common Shop has prints from about 15 local artists, so far.
The brothers thanked fans for coming out for what could be the last show for the foreseeable future, as concerts will continue to be postponed.
Filling the Bronson Centre Music Theatre from front to back, eager fans were treated to a set which was filled with material from throughout the band’s almost 20 year catalog.
The Lumineers made their way onto stage the Canadian Tire Centre to a packed arena on Saturday night.
The packed crowd was buzzing throughout the show, and were left cheering, in the hopes the message was received loud and clear by the band—don’t wait another decade before coming back to town.