Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton

Following up on my trip to the Peter Hemingway Fitness & Leisure Centre, this post pays tribute to another one of Hemingway’s contributions to Edmonton’s architecture. The Muttart Conservatory was completed in 1976, and is a jewel nestled in Edmonton’s river valley that ranks as one of our finest architectural icons. You can view more b&w photos from this series at my Muttart Conservatory Gallery, or click here for an example of the beauty you’ll find inside the Muttart.

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Mark Iocchelli is an Edmonton, Alberta, Canada fine art photographer specializing in images of the Canadian prairies, urbex (urban exploration), rural decay, homesteads, abandoned farm houses, barns, automobiles and machinery. Signed, limited edition prints of the images you see here are available upon request.

Comments

  1. Great photograph but would’ve loved to see the colour shot!

  2. Thank you. I’m doing these in b&w because it puts the focus on the structures – the colors around the architecture tend to detract from that focus a bit. Anyway, thanks for your comment!

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