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Ottawa Print - Aberdeen Pavillion (5" x 7")

Natalie Czerwinski Meet the Maker: Natalie Czerwinski

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Take a trip down memory lane! Part of the Ottawa landmark buildings line, these watercolour prints will bring back all the nostalgic feels for your favourite neighbourhoods and landmarks - past and present!

The Aberdeen Pavillion is part of the famous Lansdowne Park off Bank St, and is a designated National Historic Site.  The building was constructed in 1898, and was originally used as an agricultural fairground (also known as the Cattle Castle!). Nowadays, it is a successful event venue and is host to the Ottawa Farmer's Market and 613 flea!

Print size is 5" x 7".

Made by Natalie Czerwinski Illustration in Toronto, Ontario.

Framed version comes in a handmade wooden frame from Quebec. To get it framed - add the 5" x 7" size frame from the handmade frame collection by Le Cadre Urbain to your cart and we'll frame it for you!


2% of all sales will help to #CraftChange.