The creation of Kris Nahrgang will adore the grounds of CNE for a long time inspiring Canadians to unite towards achieving a better existence for all of the people in the beautiful country. This was his task, says the popular Ojibway artist who created a 28-foot totem pole for Canadian National Exhibition (CNE).

Called the Unity Pole, it will be displayed at CNE’s Enercare Centre in the Heritage Court starting from August 17. It will remain there untill September 4th after which it will be a permanent part of the CNE premises. So even if someone misses the opportunity to see it in September, they can easily have a look at it just by going to CNE in Toronto.

So, how did he find his way through?

Art comes in different forms, and it’s the artist that tells us just how creative one could get with things. There are many people who are fond of carving, painting, and sculpturing, but some people have different preference – they love games playing. So you are games lover you can amuse yourself checking Valley Games entertainment guide, where you will find a list of the most popular online casino in Canada. But still there a lot of people who enjoy making art, like Nahrgang, who said that he got full freedom from CNE to carve the pole in his own way expressing the story he wanted to. He is more into carving stones but this time he used a white cedar tree.Read More →