by Susan Dutca
The goal of the museum is to represent the many breeds of sporting dogs, the early history of the National Field Trials, which continue to be held each year at the Ames Plantation [ ], as well as a bit of the history of Grand Junction itself. The effect of these efforts is a place where history comes alive. Visitors can wrap themselves in the past and imagine what it was like to be a part of the rich and colorful history of field trialing. They can also stay informed on the winners of modern field trialing and sport dog champion.
It is just a suggestion. Try to think a bit deep.
If you just pick up the current point s then you are common among all.
July 26th, 2014: We completed the Swanlights series at Teatro Real in Madrid, the final installation of this piece. Thank you to all the artists and symphonies around the world that have helped to develop this piece and give it such a joyful life.