Journeys Collection (1997) by Nancy Pon
St. Thomas Moore Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Journeys was Nancy’s first major solo exhibition.  It featured a collection of Saskatchewan landscapes, namely skies, fields, rivers, lakes and vibrant colors of the seasons.  Besides conveying a sense of belonging that Nancy felt in the prairies, the works also expressed awe for the stunning beauty of Canada’s natural scenery.
Nancy’s prairie upbringing shaped a large part of her identity as a first generation Chinese living in small town Saskatchewan. Her preoccupation with identity eventually motivated her in 1999 to go to China to explore her roots.
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Fresh Beginnings
Nourishing Earth
Blue Fields Ruddell
Autumn Explosion
Don’s Creek
Rain Clouds
August Sets Slowly
Beaver Creek
Beaver Creek June
Beaver Creek Autumn
Beaver Creek Kaleidescope
Beaver Creek Autumn
Candle Lake
Beaver Creek Bluffs
Winter Trees Leaning - Cranberry Flats
Wanuskewin Valley
Boardwalk to the Beach - Cranberry Flats
Cranberry Flats
Violet Blooms
Canola Fields
Winter Tranquility - Cranberry Flats
Ready for Harvest
Qu’Appelle Valley
N Saskatchewan River
Hwy 26-Mervin
Time for Rest
Hwy 16 Lookout
Racing Towards Sunset
Hwy 26 Turtleford
Midsummer Glory
Dock To Ajawaan Lake
N End Kingsmere Lake
Looking Back From Dock
Kingsmere Lake
Setting Sun - Kingsmere Lake