First ever sighting of graffiti in progress. Two young girls, perhaps 8 or 9, walking alongside a busy road in London, Saturday afternoon, furiously tagging a brick every few paces. Seen from the rear view mirror the actual tag was obscured: all one could see was the fine spray of the paint particles glinting in the sunlight. Graffiti takes us, unexpectedly, to Kerrobert in Saskatchewan, and this
hieroglyphically inscribed barn. Take a step back, and you're at the Prairie Sentinels Gallery
, an evocative visual chronicle of the great grain elevators of the Canadian plains.