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The Ghost of Kat

Bytown Museum, Ottawa

Bytown Museum, Ottawa

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Presiding over the majestic Rideau Canal Locks, the Bytown Museum sits proudly along the banks of the Ottawa River. Ottawa's oldest remaining stone building, known as the Commissariat Building, has housed the museum since 1917. Originally used as a commercial depot integral to the building of the Rideau Canal, now the Bytown museum presents an impressive collection of artefacts that explore the origins of present day Ottawa. The shadowy corners and bizarre occurrences make the Bytown museum a hot spot for history buffs and ghost hunters alike. In addition to the sound of footsteps in empty rooms, museum workers have found their meticulously arranged displays destroyed overnight - artefacts thrown about by unseen hands. One visitor to the museum even claims to have heard a child's disembodied laughter coming from the doll exhibit. Some believe the museum contains the spirits of the countless souls who died building the canal. 

Print only: This print is a reproduction of a drawing made by Kat Jetté in 2020. The image is printed on Epson archival matte paper and packaged with an acid-free mat board backing.

Image size: 4 x 4"

Paper size: 8 x 10”

 

Framed print: This print is framed in a beautiful and unique custom wood frame. Each frame is lovingly selected and built by the artist from reclaimed moulding tKAT JETTÉhat would have otherwise ended up in a landfill. Finally, the piece is glazed with 99% UV filtering glass, the back is papered* and outfitted with a sawtooth hanger - ready to be hung on the wall!

*backing paper may differ from that pictured.

Image size: 4 x 4"

Frame size: 6 x 6"

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