Sixty Sails is an outdoor art exhibit in Orillia with sculptures of eight-foot sail panels, made of lexan and supported on a hull of scrolled iron and a concrete pedestal. I managed to see most of them on their last weekend at Thanksgiving.
more pictures on my other blog at VioletSky
this is fascinating. those sail panels are very colourful and eye-popping. thanks for sharing your beautiful world.
Great to see ;-)
What a wonderful sight for the old eyes. I know all of these sails are beautiful as you walk down the streets. They are so try festive. Know the children love them genie
Very unique sails, so creatively done.
Original idea!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
How exciting! Love the photos! ~ Fun and so creative!
thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked with OWT ^_^
what a marvelous idea to display the artworks. great shots.
Such lovely sails - great shots!
Beautiful and creative. It ties a creative exhibit to the lake side setting.
How wonderful. I find that quite uplifting to see. Wish we had such well presented outdoor art around from time to time. The hulls are as artistic as the sails themselves, and the combination is heartwarming. Thanks for showing us.
Wow - super idea and suitable for Orillia!
Those sails are lovely and waht a super idea that is. It would be fun to chase them all down. You did yourself proud.
I love these bright and cheery sails. What a lovely idea. Beautiful shots.
Beautifully painted sail and what a fun way to see them scattered all over the place.
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