Isolation and Landscape

Blizzard As much as Saskatchewan may describe itself as the “Land of Living Skies,” the prairies can be a place of depression, despair, and loneliness. Ours is a landscape forever changed by both the dust-storms and blizzards of the Great Depression of the 1930s, natural conditions which claimed countless lives, and by the early settlers and farmers who successfully planted crops, raised livestock, and reclaimed the land from environmental desolation.

 

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Bill E. Burns
Untitled (buffalo, truck with books)
Untitled (open book with kangaroo)
Terry Fenton
Lost Horizon
Beyond
Wanda Koop
Sightline (orange, blue target)
William Laing
Wandering
Arthur Fortescue McKay
Southern Landscape
Joseph Rosenthal
Eternal Search
Douglas Walker
Untitled #21
Canadian Heritage University of Regina Mackenzie Art Gallery Mendel Art Gallery Sask Learning