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Osmosis Statue, Rideau Hall, Ottawa
Canada

Osmosis, by the Saskatchewan artist Susan Stomberg. The statue was installed in the Rideau Hall gardens in 1993. It stands 10 feet tall and is made from brass and steel.

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Uploaded: 23/11/2011
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