This week's Work of the Week is Bassano-Summer Sky 2008 by Danny Singer.
The first, full week of summer is coming to close, but don't worry, there are many more to come!
We hope you will be able to get out and enjoy an icon of the prairies - the wide expanse of clear blue sky, like in this stunning photograph, Bassano-Summer Sky 2008.
About the Artist: Danny Singer
Danny Singer is a photographer living and working in Vancouver. He began his career as a cameraman and director for the CBC.
In 1970, he moved to Montréal, where he made the transition to still photography. Working out of the tradition of documentary photography and using contemporary photographic techniques, Singer records places found in Canada's western prairie provinces and presents them as grand panoramas.
Singer has been the recipient of many awards and grants, including the Hamber Foundation Award of Merit. He has exhibited solo shows across Canada and his work can be found in private and public collections across the country including the National Gallery of Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon.