“A maze ing …. Pedestrian maze by Bourgie Hall, Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal” – 2yens

A #maze ing …. Pedestrian maze by #museedesbeauxarts Bourgie Hall #Montreal

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While exploring Montréal, my Sister-in-Law Instagrammed this wonderful example of Giant Outstallation Art.

Due to time constraints, my Brother and his Wife weren’t able to walk it.

Almost makes me want to hop onto ViaRail to visit Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal just to experience it…

OR

I just find a street here in Toronto, make one, and save everyone the trip.

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