Environs of the National Gallery of Australia
On view within the concrete, steel and glass of the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), in Canberra, are many works of the national art collection.
NGA is located within the "parliamentary triangle" and along the shores of Lake Burley Griffin. The grounds are open with a mix of Australian vegetation, sculpture, installations and architecture for all to enjoy. In this blog I'm sharing pictures and some of the experience I so enjoy on a hot summers day.
Flags of many nations on poles around Lake Burley Griffin
trees and greenery overhang concrete pathway with bicyclist peddling toward the lake
Cones, Bert Flugelman
polished stainless steel and concrete architecture amongst trees in the grounds of the NGA
The Dog, Rick Amor
steel, concrete and glass architecture of the NGA Canberra, invites coffee
steel sphere hanging in space NGA
Keywords: architecture, arts, built environment, canberra, capital of australia, flags, sculpture, travel
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