I’m a bit late with this posting, but better late than never. Last fall I was privileged to attend an exhibit unlike any I had seen in quite awhile. It revolved around the works of my favourite inventor, the great Nikola Tesla. But, more importantly, it featured detailed and operational reproductions of many of Tesla’s amazing devices, all meticulously built to exacting museum standards by a brilliant local Electronics Engineer and machine craftsman, Nemanja Jevremovic.
The exhibit also included statues by Canadian sculptor Les Drysdale who created the life-sized statue of Tesla that now adorns the parkland along the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Plus, on display were several graphic works by Nemanja’s lovely wife Jovana that added an informative, dramatic, and colourful element to the exhibit.
See Tesla’s Footsteps in the About section of this blog.