Morning Borealis


Small (23.2" x 16.0")

Linda Bianic

Red Deer, Canada

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Sizing Information

Small 23.2" x 16.0"
Medium 33.1" x 22.7"
Large 46.9" x 32.2"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border


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  • Printed on 185 gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut - refer to size chart for finished measurements
  • 0.19 inch / 0.5 cm white border to assist in framing

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Alberta Gallery of Art
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Featured in Architectural Photography, Jan 30/17
Challenge winner,, Absolute Clarity group, Manmade and Impressive Sept 15/16
Featured in Fine Wall Art Photography by Canon, Sept 4/16
Featured in Solo Exhibition women in the arts!!
Featured in Where in the World is This,, July 24/11

Top Ten in Architectural curves challenge, All Around the Styles Group, July 12/11

Feature page..Power of Architecture,, #1 Artists of Redbubble,, May 31/10

Featured in Unique Buildings of the World, April 28/10

Featured in Light of Love group, Feb 25/10

Featured in Friends of Bangor and North Down Camera Club, Feb 28/10

Featured in Shaped and Patterns, Mar 4/10

Featured in the Complex Simplicity of Art, Mar 6/10

Top Ten in Shapes and Patterns challenge Two Distinct Patterns Mar 17/10

Canon Rebelxsi (450D)
ef-s 18-55 usm lens

The new AGA is thinking so far outside its old box that — as it slips into a chameleon skin of patinaed zinc, high-performance glazing and stainless steel — it actually shifts colour from a greenish hue through gray to soft blue as daylight and the seasons evolve.

The ribbon of steel and zinc is completely seperate from the rest of the building,,, preventing cold from outside entering inside,, therefore ,, environmentally friendly.. lowering heating costs.

Very much alive visually, this icon by L.A. architect Randall Stout — breathes new beauty into Sir Winston Churchill Square and adds an animated soul to Edmonton’s Arts District and government core.

Twelve years in the making, the newly renovated/expanded AGA totals 85,000 sq. ft., adding 27,000 sq. ft. of new public spaces and galleries and includes about 24,000 sq. ft. of interior exhibition space.

Opening shows include major works by the famous Edgar Degas, celebrated Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh and internationally renowned Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller.

Perhaps its most striking feature, the sinuous Borealis — the metal ribbon that curves fluidly throughout the building, inside and out, was inspired by the flow of the North Saskatchewan River through the city.
The Borealis guides the public through entry points, wraps event and gathering spaces and leads on to the galleries.

Today was my first visit,, but you can be certain I will return again,and again,,,, Spectacular

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