One hundred cubes of engraved tyndall stone (2"x2"x2"), 2012 and ongoing.

Once, the prairies drowned beneath an inland sea; tyndall stone is some of what remained after the waters receded and the glaciers passed. Hidden Tyndall is a public art project celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Saskatchewan Legislative building. One hundred stones were placed throughout the province's landscape to await serendipitous discovery. The stones carry a message, inviting participants to return their found treasure to the Legislative building in Regina, where the pieces become part of a permanent installation celebrating the cooperative spirit of the people of Saskatchewan. For more, visit www.HiddenTyndall.com.