Well, Disturbances in the Field has come to a close in Prince George, with a finale poetry reading and champagne cheer.  It has been a wonderful experience for me, as curator Caitlin Chaisson and her partner, photographer Denis Gutiérrez-Ogrinc helped in the migration and field trips of my sculpture to various locations around Prince George, and documented it well.  I’ll include a number of photos here. Here is the curator Caitlin Chaisson’s blog entry on it here. As well, the show made the Canadian Art magazine list of “Must-See” shows across Canada during its run! Also, if you check out the Far Afield website here, a nice slideshow of images from the gallery space can be viewed.  It was an honour to be included in this show with other excellent artists and their works.  And now, Field Gaze is back on my property outside Smithers, the last piece I have created on my land where I called home for 15 years, for my family and I are moving to a smaller property, closer to town in a few weeks.  It is rather meaningful that this piece is straddling this transition, as it occupied areas of the property here on Babine Lake Rd., and will then migrate and occupy the land of our new home on North Viewmount Rd.