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Weaving Fence and Horn sculpture

4th Ave SW and 1st St SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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A part of life on 1 Street and 4 Avenue SW

I was walking through downtown the other day, and noticed how this fascinating sculpture anchors... read more

Reviewed yesterday
BenLar137
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Calgary, Canada
Great sheltering art piece at the corner of 4th Ave and 1 St SW

This work is fine addition to Calgary's extensive street art collection. Not only is it thoughtful... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2017
BenLar137
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Calgary, Canada
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“A part of life on 1 Street and 4 Avenue SW”
10 Nov 2017
“Great sheltering art piece at the corner of 4th Ave and 1 St SW”
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Reviewed yesterday

I was walking through downtown the other day, and noticed how this fascinating sculpture anchors this corner. In my photo, you see people walking past (and now they have something to look at), people sitting on the bench nearby, and a fellow on his cellphone...More

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Reviewed 10 November 2017

This work is fine addition to Calgary's extensive street art collection. Not only is it thoughtful - referencing the Rocky Mountain Sheep and the males' horn, but also the fences used by ranchers - it is made of recycled steel, so it's enviro-friendly too. Downtown...More

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Reviewed 21 August 2017

This is a huge piece of street art by John McEwan located in downtown Calgary. The Horn sits alongside the Weaving Fence.I really like the Horn.

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Reviewed 25 July 2017

We walked past this several times & did wonder what it was never occurred to me it would have a TripAdvisor listing. The Calgary sky line & buildings are interesting enough you do not need expensive metal sculptures.

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Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

I'm not a huge understander of "art", so perhaps I just don't get this piece... but seems weird to me.

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Reviewed 16 February 2017

For those interested in innovative contemporary art, this is a must see. Conceived by artist John McEwen, it is built entirely out of recycled metal, and is the one of the largest pieces of art in Canada to have done this. The 16 ton horn...More

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