If the recurrence of birds and animals in the earlier works reflected something about Thauberger's preferences, these later works, treating individual places or themes from a particular point of view:   farm buildings seen from the angle of a child playing out back, houses in Moose Jaw, buildings with local glamour (Danceland) and immense animals seen as emblems of farm life (Grandfather's Painting) – but also as signs marking a particular place.

Rainbow Danceland, 1979 David Thauberger

Rainbow Danceland
50" x 70"
Acrylic on canvas

Collection of the Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta.

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