“November means it’s time to head to Regina, Saskatchewan for Agribition.  People come from over thirty countries to see the best in agriculture and agribusiness.  Ten thousand children come; to pet a buffalo, bid at an auction or watch a chick hatch.  A popular exhibit lets them put their hands into bins of seed where they can feel real wheat, the slipperiness of flax or the tiny roundness of canola.  Touring the cattle barns, they are quick to learn the “cow-pie two-step”.”

– Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet

This painting is one of 12 paintings reproduced in “A Prairie Year” – a children’s book written by Jo Bannatyne-Cugnet and published by Tundra Books.

Acrylic on Canvas     1994

Canvas Size   H 24″ x W 30″

Framed Size   H 29″  x W 35″


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