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TIME & PLACE
From the chips of prehistoric Yukon Mammoth tusk, to the hour glass that you are invited to turn and the gently swinging pendulum, several elements of this composition serve as reminders that time is precious. Others, such as a bolt from a Yukon sternwheeler, remind me of my years living in two very special places – Whitehorse and Watson Lake, Yukon in the 1980s. Roof tops and buildings are more generic symbols of place. Similarly, the porcelain tap, old watch, antique buttons, and old spikes and nails are generic symbols of the past.

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