Well... It's me, Alien.
Sky, Spider, and Alien.
Alien am visiting Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
The glass and granite building is the National Gallery of Canada.
Admission is 16 CAD, including special exhibitions.
Put a sticker on somewhere visible, like this.
Let's watch permanent exhibitons first!
A queen and servant made of honeycomb.
They represent queen and servant bees. They are scaring somehow.
Looks funny. What do you listen?
Numerous pieces of ads are lined up densely for more than 30 ft.
It makes Alien anxious, because it looks paranoid.
Let's relax in an open space with sunlight.
It's entitled "Fountain"
It looks more like a toilet bo.... never mind.
The atmosphere overwhelms Alien.
Alien can't see the exhibitions of Inuit, since it's under construction.
Tommorow is a good day, isn't it, Mr?
The next stop is the special exhibition!
A canadian painter Alex Colville is featured.
Mr. Colville served for military during WWII as a painter, right after he graudated a college.
He respected animals so much.
This depicts role reversal, a man serving his dog.
He drew many nude paintings, and his wife was a model.
His wife was never comfortable with her role of nude model but accepted it because she hated another woman modeling for him.
Alien imitate her... Keeping headstanding is super tough.
Alian don't care being naked though.