Scanned compositions by Lucien Durey and Katie Kozak from materials found in the Creighton, Saskatchewan home of Kozak's Ukrainian Canadian grandmother, Sophie Ostrowski, where the artists have taken up a yearlong residency. A new scan will be added daily from November 1, 2012 to July 31, 2013.

This project is made possible through funding from the Saskatchewan Arts Board.

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"That is Judy and Phyllis on a…uh…I worked for Red & White, and he had a float for the 1st of July, and the girls were allowed to ride on it. Unattended too! A lot of the floats had to have an older person with them, but not the girls. And that scrap paper that you have around…oh, I know what that is, that’s the scrap metal for making Easter egg styluses."
  1. "That is Judy and Phyllis on a…uh…I worked for Red & White, and he had a float for the 1st of July, and the girls were allowed to ride on it. Unattended too! A lot of the floats had to have an older person with them, but not the girls. And that scrap paper that you have around…oh, I know what that is, that’s the scrap metal for making Easter egg styluses."

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