Art For Everyone : Public Art Installations

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Thursday, 19 January 2012

Metal Trees of the Carolinian Forest Thumbnail Gallery





Green 'Slippery Elm', SE Corner of Dundas and Ridout
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Blue 'Sassafras', W Side of Talbot St, S of Dundas St.
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Blue 'White Ash' E Side of Talbot St., S of Market Lane entrance.
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Red 'Black Oak', N Side of Dundas St, between Ridout and Talbot St.
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Yellow 'Trembling Aspen" East side of Wellington St, between King and Dundas St.
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Orange 'Black Cherry" West side of Wellington St, between York and King St.

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Blue 'White Ash' East side of Wellington St, Between York and King St.

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Yellow 'Hawthorne' north side of Dundas St., near the Talbot St. corner.

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City Centre Group -  SE Corner Wellington St. and Dundas St.

Red 'White Pine', Yellow 'Silver Maple' and, Orange 'Black Oak'
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Market Square Group , NE Corner Talbot St. and King St.

Blue 'White Oak', Green 'White Pine', and Yellow 'Trembling Aspen'
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Blue 'White Oak' W side of Wellington St, S of Dundas
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Purple 'Black Oak' N Side of Dundas, between Richmond and Clarence St.
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Purple 'Silver Maple' Wellington St. island, betweend Quessn Av. and Dundas St.
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Yellow 'White Pine'  South side of Dundas St, between Clarence and Wellington St.
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