We might refer to them as "the prairies," but this short documentary about painter Ken Dalgarno proves that Canada's mid-western landscape is so much more than that.
The Moose Jaw, Sask.-based painter shows Canadians a side of his province that at one point, even he didn't know existed.
From crooked trees to the Badlands, this clip from Exhibitionists — captured by filmmaker Jeremy Ratzlaff — is a love letter from Saskatchewan to the rest of the country.
Dalgarno's photographs will be exhibited at the Leighton Art Centre in Calgary until March 5 in conjunction with Alberta's exposure photography festival. They are also currently touring Saskatchewan with the organization of Saskatchewan arts councils.
Watch Exhibitionists Sunday at 4:30pm (5pm NT) on CBC Television.