There is an enjoyable exhibition called Secret Citadel by Graeme Patterson at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia at the moment (in the basement of the North Galleries) with a series of embellishments of a Canadian adolescence. Lots of subtle and sometimes creepy observations. I will post a few more images another day – these are of a piece called Grudge Match
A wooden model to work out hull plates for a ship, with the plates drawn on the model surface.
A few more views of Canada from the air, this time between Winnipeg and Montreal. The low cloud pops out quite well so it is worth persevering with the 3D viewing – usual process.
The North East Coast of Canada in stereo – usual process for viewing
A few more stereoscopic views of the house Rudolf Schindler designed on Newport Beach.
To view, go cross eyed so that one image registers exactly per the other. You will see three images – concentrate on the middle one. As it registers try to relax and hold the image for a while so that it comes into full stereoscopic depth. If you are having trouble, try reducing the size of the image and try again.