Have you ever taken a drive just south of Calgary? And, did you visit the Okotoks Erratic, also known simply as The Big Rock? This prominent southern Alberta geological landmark is a historical site of great spiritual significance to the Blackfoot Peoples. ‘Big Rock’ is an enormous glacial erratic. The 16,500-tonne (18,200-ton) boulder transported far from its mountainous place of origin by a rockslide then by a glacial sheet of ice between 10,000 to 30,000 years ago to its present-day location just west of the Town of Okotoks. Acrylic on a 16 x 20” gallery wrapped and splined canvas.