Points of Interest, Saskatchewan 1999:
Trails used by the North West Mounted Police, Indians, outlaws, hunters, settlers, travellers, traders, Sitting Bull and his followers; Métis cabins and fur-trading posts; clashes between Cree, Assiniboine, Sioux, and Blackfoot; a World War II bombing and gunnery school; an abandoned townsite where rail lines from the east and west met; the boyhood home of a governor of the Bank of Canada; a park in recognition of two people who served their town for fifty-five years; a cart track used by the Hudson's Bay Company, the Dominion telegraph, and Her Majesty's mail; the first stage robbery in the Canadian West; and an old ford on the river where nine important trails converged
medium: 12 colour Endurochrome photographic prints, each 24 x 36 inches (61 x 91 cm).
installed dimensions: 8 feet high (from floor to top of frames) x 12 feet 8 inches wide (244 cm high x 386 cm wide).
A publication that includes this work is available:
Marlene Creates: Signs of Our Time