Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada

The Waterway Project, by Christy Haldane

Parks Canada's Trent Severn Waterway and the Art Gallery of Peterborough present The Waterway Project, a special outdoor art installation by Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour Artist Christy Haldane.


Lock 22 – "Let the past drift away with the water" – Japanese saying
Glass, Concrete and Steel

© Parks Canada

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Christy used concrete, wood and steel to echo the materials of the locks themselves to represent control and containment of the environment, while the transparency, fluidity, and bluish hue of water is suggested in the glass.

To view the artworks, follow Nassau Mills Road (County Rd 32) north of the city of Peterborough and/or River Rd. south from the village of Lakefield. The five sculptures are located along the Otonabee River at Lock Stations 22 to 26, and are on display from July 15 to October 7, 2012. Free parking, Accessible, Free.


Brochure (PDF, 3.85 mb)

Peterborough Art Gallery: www.agp.on.ca
Christy Haldane: www.ChristyHaldane.com


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