We have probably the largest collection of paintings by Kenneth Lochhead in Canada. Lochhead was a member of the Regina Five and had an amazing oeuvre, marked by these very distinct periods. He was a real painter’s painter – he had an incredible handling of paint and a brilliant sense of colour. We have work that represents almost all his periods, from these mysterious de Chirico-esque early prairie scenes, to calligraphic black-on white paintings, hard edge abstraction, figurative and whimsical work, and later landscapes and portraiture. We have some really special Inuit works on paper too. I think most people are familiar with Kenojuak Ashevak’s iconic Enchanted Owl (1960). We actually have an ink drawing of it, which is very rare.