A man named Raymond Mason created this unique sculpture of the Illuminated Crowd that is displayed outside the entranceway of the BNP Tower - Laurentian Bank Tower in the downtown area of Montreal, Quebec. There is a plaque located in front of the Illuminated Crowd that relays an impressive message relating to the sculpture which was also written by the artist.
There are sixty-five figures in total that make up the Illuminated Crowd sculpture and sixty-six if you count the spectator as one. The Illuminated Crowd sends out a mix of messages which involve the truth, comedy and a sense of tragedy. As you stand in downtown, Montreal, Quebec and admire this sculpture, you will see that the people near the front are overcome with joy and wonder, the middle section displays some people talking to one another and the back section of people are mixed with different emotions of good and bad.
Tourists stop at this fascinating sculpture on a daily basis and are in awe of what the Illuminated Crowd sculpture means. People like to examine the facial expressions on each person and see the work that was put into it as well as snap a few pictures.
A fine piece of art that has added to the decor of Montreal, Quebec since 1985 and makes people take a step back and have a look at their own life. The Laurentian Bank Tower in downtown Montreal, Quebec towers over the sculpture as the Illuminated Crowd glistens in the glass paneling of the building on sunny Montreal days.
The Illuminated Crowd by artist Raymond Mason at the entrance to the BNP Tower - Laurentian Bank Tower in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada.