• Dark Water with Yellow Medals
  • 36" x 45" acrylic on canvas
  • David T Alexander

Artist Information

David T. Alexander

Price Range: $3500 - $35000

Alexander studied at the Vancouver Art School and Langara College art dept. and then graduated with a BFA from Notre Dame University.

In 1980 he moved to Saskatoon to obtain his Master degree while researching in New York, London and Paris. He has travelled the world to attend his exhibitions, conduct lectures and drawing and painting research.

In 2006 Alexander attended the Morris Graves Foundation in California as an invited guest artist in residence and completed a large body of small paintings on wood panels.

In 2007 he visited Tokyo and Kyoto and was inspired by the parks and water features.

In September 2008 he returned to the high arctic as an invited member aboard a 75 ft. sailing ship that was circumnavigating North America through the North West Passage where he sailed from Tuktoyaktuk, Canada to Point Barrow Alaska. The expedition, Nord 69 consisted of artists, scientists and writers raising cultural and environmental awareness towards global warming.

David Alexander’s art is in many public, private and corporate collections throughout the world, including The Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum of London, University of Toronto and Concordia University in Montreal, Museum of Art in Iceland, Canadian Embassies in Berlin, Beijing and Krakow. Corporate collections also include works throughout Canadian cities as well as Dubai, Seoul, New York, Mumbai and Nice France and others.

Solo Exhibitions – Public


2016 Toronto Art Fair

2015 “Waterland”, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2015 “Land We Have Not Synthesized”, Foster White Gallery, Seattle, WA

2014 Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB

2013 “Evidence in Place”, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2013, 2012 “The Shape of Place”, Travelling Exhibition - Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC; Confederation Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI; Tom Thomson Gallery, Owen Sound, ON; Twin Rivers Gallery, Prince George, BC; Touchstone Gallery, Nelson, BC; Esplanade Gallery, Medicine Hat, AB

2010 Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon, BC 2006 Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB

2003 University of Saskatchewan, Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

2003 Keyano College, Ft. McMurray, AB

2002 Hafnarborg, Institute of Fine Arts, Iceland

1997 Whyte Museum, Banff, AB

1997 Kootenay Art Museum, Castelgar, BC

1997 Grand Forks Art Gallery, Grand Forks, BC

1996 Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC

1995 Travelling Exhibition - Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK; Kelowna, BC; Swift Current, SK

1986 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon SK

1987, 1986 Travelling Exhibition - Hamilton, ON; Edmonton, AB; Lethbridge, AB; Regina, SK

1983 Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK

1980 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC

1979 Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC

1978 Notre Dame University, (BFA), David Thompson University Centre, Nelson, BC

Solo Exhibitions – Commercial

2016 Bau-Xi, Toronto

2015 Foster White Gallery

2014, 2012, 2010, 2008, 2006 Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB

2011, 2008 Foster White Gallery, Seattle, Washington

2011, 2009 Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON

2010, 2012 Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2009 ‘Drawing’, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.

2009, 2006 Galerie D’Avignon Montreal, QC

2008 ‘An Hour Before the Wind Blew the Colour Away’ (catalogue), Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2007 ‘New Pictures’, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON

2005, 2002, 2000 Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON

2005, 1996, 1993, 1982 Virginia Christopher Art Galleries, Calgary, AB

2004 ‘New Paintings’, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON

2003, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1995, 1993 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB

2003, 2000, 1998, 1994,1992, 1990 Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON

2000 ‘Improbable Possibilities’, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON

2000, 1998, 1994, 1991, 1989 Feheley Fine Arts , Toronto, ON

1995, 1992, 1987, 1984, 1982 Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK

1994, 1992 Costin & Klintworth, Toronto, ON

1991 Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

1991, 1989, 1985, 1983 Kenneth G. Heffel Fine Art Inc., Vancouver, BC

1988, 1987, 1985 Waddington & Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON

1988, 1987, 1984 Elca London Art Gallery, Montreal, QC

1987 Eva Cohen Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1976 Worthington Art Gallery, Nelson, BC

1975 Clockworks Gallery, Nelson, BC Group Exhibitions - Public

2016 Whyte Museum Canada House, London, England

2014 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon

2013, 12 “The Shape of Place”, Travelling Exhibition - Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC; Confederation Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI; Tom Thomson Gallery, Owen Sound, ON; Twin Rivers Gallery, Prince George, BC; Touchstone Gallery, Nelson, BC; Esplanade Gallery, Medicine Hat, AB

2010 “Kelowna Collects”, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC

2009 “Point, Counterpoint’”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

2008 Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta

2008 Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB

2008 Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, AB

2004 Faculty Exchange Exhibition, University of Washington,Washington State

1997 Museum of South Texas, Corpus Chrisiti, Texas 1997 Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington

1997 Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, New York

1996, 1977 Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC

1996 Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

1996 Muttart Gallery, Calgary, AB

1996 Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona

1995 Traveling Exhibition, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

1994 Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

1994, 1985 Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB

1994 Musee d’art Contemporain de Montreal, QC

1994 Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS

1994 University of Lethbridge, AB

1993 Galerie Pallis, Prague, Czechoslovakia

1992 Hope & Optimism Portfolio (Traveling Print exhibition), Oxford, England; Gibraltar, India

1991, 1986, 1984 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

1991 Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB

1990 Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON

1988 Alberta College of Art, Calgary, AB

1987 University of New Brunswick, Traveling Exhibition - Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick

1986 Expo ‘86, Vancouver, BC

1985 “Fourteen Saskatchewan Painters,” MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, SK

1983 Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK

1981 Traveling Exhibition, Edmonton Art Gallery

1981 University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK

1980 Mount Royal College, Calgary, AB

1980 Queen Elizabeth Theatre Gallery, Vancouver, BC

1978 Notre Dame University, Nelson, BC

1977 Topham Brown Gallery, Vernon, BC

Group Exhibitions – Commercial

2008 Foster White Gallery, Seattle, WA

2008, 2002 NYC Art Fair, New York

2013,2012,2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002 Toronto Art Fair, ON

2005, 1985, 1982 Chicago Art Fair, Chicago, IL

2004 Galerie D’Avignon, Montreal, QC

2003 London Air Fair, London, England

2003 “Waterscapes,” Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON

2000 “About the Rock,” Drawing Exhibition, St. Johns, Ottawa & Edmonton

2000 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB

1996 Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

1994 Waddington Gorce Gallery, Montreal, QC

1992 Art First, London, England

1991 Editions, Basel, Switzerland

1989 Los Angeles Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA

1987 Dalsheimer Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland

1986 Theo Waddington Gallery, London, England

1983, 1982 Virginia Christopher Galleries, Calgary, AB

1984,1982 Elca London Art Gallery, Montreal, PQ

1982 Kenneth G. Heffel Fine Arts, Vancouver, BC

1984,1982,1980, Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK

1978 DeVooght Gallery, Vancouver, BC

1966 Peter Ohler Gallery, Richmond, BC Education / Experience

2016 Master’s painting workshop, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, SK

2015 Juror for provincial painting exhibition- Winnipeg, Manitoba

2014- 2006 Art Advisory Member, Lake Country, BC 
2008 Island Mountain Arts, painting mentor, Wells, BC

2008 Guest Artist, on “Nord 69”, a sailing/global warming awareness expedition 
2007 Documentary, “David Alexander”, “Landscape as Muse” on Bravo, Knowledge Network, SCN, Canadian television networks, March 13, 2008-13 
2006 Artist / Mentor, Slocan City, BC 
2006 Artist in Residence, Morris Graves Foundation, California 
2005, 1999 Visiting Artist, Georgian College, Barrie, ON 
2005, 1999, 1997 Guest Artist, Painting Workshop, Georgian College of Design & Visual Arts 
2004 Instructor, Painting & Drawing, University of the Okanagan, Kelowna, BC 
2003 Visiting Artist, Keyano College, AB 
2003 Visiting Artist, Victoria School, Edmonton, AB 
2002 Visiting Artist in Residence, Iceland 
2002-1999 Member of the Board, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 
1999 Juror, Manitoba Arts Council, Winnepeg, MN 
1999 Visiting Artist, Iceland Academy of Fine Arts, Reykjavik, Iceland 
1999 Curator, “About the Rock”, Touring Exhibit, NF, ON, AB 
1999 Visiting Artist, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC 
1998 Visiting Artist, Wilfred Grenfell, Cornerbrook, Nfld 
1998 Visiting Artist, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON 
1996 Guest Artist, Painting Workshop ’’Residency in Newfoundland,’’ Pooch Cove, Newfoundland 
1996 Co-curator, ’’Contemporary Canadian Landscape’’ Exhibition, 
1996 Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
1996 Visiting Artist, Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario 
1996 Artist in Residence, Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario 
1996 Visiting Artist, Okanagan University, Kelowna, British Columbia 
1995-96 Co-curator with John O’brian, ’’Paintings on Paper of Emily Carr’’ 
1994 Arctic Institute of North America Painting Workshop, Kluane, Yukon 
1994 Juror, Saskatchewan Arts Board 
1993 Visiting Artist, Portland College, Portland, Oregon 
1992 Visiting Artist, Grande Prairie College, Grande Prairie, Alberta 
1991-97 Drawing & Painting Instructor, St. Peter`s College, Saskatchewan 
1991 Visiting Artist, Keyano College, Fort McMurray, Alberta 
1990 Juror, Manitoba Arts Council Visiting Artist, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick 
1989 Visiting Artist, Prince George, British Columbia 
1988 Juror, Manitoba Arts Council 
1987,1994 Instructor of Painting, Guest artist, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design: Halifax, Nova Scotia 
1986 Juror, Canada Council Art Bank Canada Council Visiting Artist, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario 
1986 Canada Council Visiting Artist, Dundas School of Art, Dundas, Ontario 
1985 Canada Council Visiting Artist, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia 
1985 Instructor of Painting, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
1984 Participant, Emma Lake Workshop (V. Tatransky, critic, writer - New York; T. Scott, sculptor - London, England) 
1983 Workshop Coordinator, Emma Lake (R. Zox, painter - New York; C. Millard, curator - Washington, District of Columbia) 
1982 Workshop Coordinator, Emma Lake (S. Boxer, painter - New York; James Wolfe, sculptor - New York) 
1982 Guest Artist, Boston Museum School, Boston, 
1982 Instructor of Drawing, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
1982 Workshop Coordinator, Emma Lake (D. Bannard, painter - New York; J. McLean, painter - London, England) 
1981 Curator, ’’Emma Lake Now’’ - Francis Morrison Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
1980-85 University of Saskatchewan, M.F.A. Exhibition, Saskatoon (painting & thesis), Graduate Research: London, Paris, Giverny, France, New York and Boston 
1979 Emma Lake Artists` Workshop Saskatchewan participant (Dzubas, painter - Boston) (Elderfield, curator - Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1975-78 Notre Dame University - B.F.A. (painting and sculpture) 
1971-72 Vancouver City College, Langara Art Dept. (painting) 
1967-70 Vancouver Art School, Extension and Audit (photography & painting)

Drawing and Painting Research Expeditions

2015 Faroe Islands, Iceland, Denmark, Taos New Mexico 
2014 Iceland, Faroe Islands 
2013 New Mexico 2008 Nevada, Arizona, California 
2006 Washington, Oregon, California 
2005 Utah, Nevada 2001 Iceland 
2002, 2000, 1996, 1994 Northern Ontario/ Quebec 
1999 Iceland/ Holland 1996 New Mexico, Arizona 
1993 Greenland 1993 Baffin Island 
1990 Northern Scotland 
1989 Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands 
1989 California 1988 Ellesmere Island, (Canadian Arctic) 
1986, 1985, 1983, 1981 London, Paris, NYC, Boston Scholarships / Awards 
1993 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance (High Arctic trip - Greenland & Baffin Island), Saskatchewan Arts Board Grant 
1990 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance (drawing trip - Scotland) 
1988 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance (drawing trip - High Arctic) 
1984 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance 
1982 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance Saskatchewan Open, Mendel Art Gallery (purchase) 
1980 Canada Council (projects) 
1980, 82 University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
1978 Notre Dame University 
1976 City of Nelson, British Columbia

Public Collections

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia 
Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB 
Museum London 
Canadian Embassy, Warsaw, Poland 
Canadian Embassy, Beijing, China 
City of Trail, BC 
Notre Dame University, Nelson, BC 
Belkin Art Gallery, University of B.C. Vancouver, BC 
Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC 
Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB 
Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton, AB 
Keyano College, Ft. McMurray, AB 
University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, AB 
Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC 
Dunlop Gallery, Regina, SK 
MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK 
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 
Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection, Regina, SK 
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK 
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON 
Georgian College, Barrie, ON 
McMaster University, Hamilton , ON 
Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON 
Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, ON 
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON 
Concordia University, Montreal, PQ 
Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick 
Department of External Affairs, Manilla, Philippines; Melbourne, Australia 
Hafnarborg, Hafnarfjordur, Iceland Department of Foreign Affairs, 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Department of Foreign Affairs, Berlin, Germany, Warsaw, Poland 
Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC 
Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC 
MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON 
Morris Graves Foundation, Loleta, California 
Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection, Regina, SK 
Helene Wurlitzer Foundation,Taos New Mexico 
Hart House, University of Toronto,Toronto

Corporate Collections

Stantec Inc., Edmonton, Alberta 
Metropolitan Towers, Vancouver, British Columbia 
B.C. Gas, Vancouver, British Columbia 
B.C. Lotteries Foundation, British Columbia 
First City Trust, Vancouver, British Columbia 
Esso Resources, Calgary, Alberta 
Husky Oil, Calgary, Alberta 
Imperial Oil, Calgary, Alberta 
Nova Corporation, Calgary, Alberta 
Pan-Oil, Calgary, Alberta 
Petro-Can, Calgary, Alberta 
Shell Resources, Calgary, Alberta 
Canadian Airlines International, Edmonton, Alberta 
McCarthy, Tetrault, Vancouver and Toronto 
Atelier Baraness&Cawker,Nice, France 
Cruickshank Karvellas, Barristers & Solicitors, Edmonton, Alberta 
Hughes Petroleum, Edmonton, Alberta 
Sterling Crane, Edmonton, AB 
Rick Arndt Architect, Edmonton, Alberta 
Stanley Technology Group, Edmonton, Alberta 
Syncrude Canada, Edmonton, Alberta 
TD Evergreen Investments, Edmonton, Alberta 
Wood Gundy, Edmonton , Alberta
Saskatchewan Potash Corporation, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
Saskatchewan Telecommunications, Regina, Saskatchewan 
Bank of Montreal, Winnipeg, Manitoba 
Armak Chemicals, Toronto, Ontario 
Burroughs Memorex Inc., Toronto, Ontario 
Canadian General Electric, Toronto, Ontario 
Dupont Canada, Toronto, Ontario 
Granite Club, Toronto, Ontario 
Guaranty Trust, Toronto, Ontario 
Hewlett Packard, Toronto, Ontario 
Hiram Walker, Toronto, Ontario 
McLean Hunter Publishers, Toronto, Ontario 
McMillan and Binch, Toronto, Ontario 
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, Toronto, Ontario 
Suncor Inc., Toronto, Ontario 
Sunlife Assurance, Toronto, Ontario 
Toronto Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario 
Trimark Investments, Toronto, Ontario 
Air Canada, Montreal, Quebec 
Leopold Properties, Montreal, Quebec 
Pratt and Whitney, Montreal, Quebec 
Power Corp., Montreal, Quebec 
Royal Trust, Montreal, Quebec 
Teleglobe Canada, Montreal, Quebec 
Via Rail, Montreal, Quebec 
Westbourne Industries, Montreal, Quebec 
Hudson`s Bay Oil, Denver, Colorado 
Stikeman and Elliott, New York 
Korean Energy, Seoul, Korea 
Rothchilds Inc. CIBC – Montreal, Quebec 
Emaar Properties, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Capital Guardian (Canada) Inc., Toronto, Ontario 
Waterclub, Toronto, Ontario 
MGM – Communications 
TransAlta, Calgary, Alberta 
Koch Industries, Kansas
Royal Bank, CanadaReviews /


Drawn into Taos,Hulse, Warman Gallery,Taos New Mexico

Okanagan Artists in their studios,by Patricia Ainslie,published by FrontenacHouse,Calgary Ab.

The Shape of Place,McGill Queens UniversityPress,Montreal

Landscape as Muse, TV film documentary, March 13, 2008-13 (many tv networks)

Harper’s Magazine, NYC, July 2006

Galleries West, Spring 2005

Globe & Mail Review, Gary Michael Dault, May 2004

Edmonton Journal, Persistent Ideas from an Imperfect Land, November 30, 2004

Arts, Star Phoenix, June 1, 2002

Morgunbladid, Reykjavik, July 17, 2002

Menning, Reykjavik, July 6, 2002

Postudagur, Reykjavik, July 5, 2002Artweek,

This Rock is a Magnificent Muse, McLean’s Magazine 2001

The End of the Earth, Canadian Art 2000, Gary Michael Dault

“Gathered Into Earth” Whitman College, WA, November 1998

Evening Telegraph, St. John’s, Nfld, February 13, 1998

Arts Atlantic, “Painters Newfoundland”, 1998

Whyte Museum, Banff, AB articles:

One Step, Removed p Cairn, 1997

Wonderful and Terrible Power, 1997

Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB, “One Step Removed”, Catalogue, 1997

Border Crossings “Pride of Influence”, 1997, Winnipeg, MN

Border Crossings Winter Issue 1996, Summer Issue 1997

Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas, 1996 Catalogue, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Museum ofTuscon, Arizona’ Art Museum of S. Texas, Corpus Christi; Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY; Gibbes Museum, Charleston, South Carolina

Encyclopedia of Acrylic Techniques, Harrison, London, England, 1995

Mendel Art Gallery,Saskatoon, (Kelowna Art Gallery, Swift Current), Catalogue 1994, “Continental Drift”

Greenland and Baffin Island Drawings, St. Peters Press, University of Saskatchewan, Catalogue 1994

The Toronto Star, Christopher Hume, September 17, 1992, Sect. E, pg. 5

Canadian Art Reviews, Toronto Kate Taylor, Winter 1992, Volume 9 & 27, pg. 69

The Globe & Mail, Toronto, September 18, 1992, Kate Taylor

The Scotsman, Edinburgh, Scotland by Richard Jaques, November 12, 1991

Fort McMurray News by Kerri Phillpott, March 24, 1991, The Arts

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Newspaper, by Christina Sabat, 1991

Alexander Breaks out of West Coast Mould, Saskatoon, Star Phoenix, 1990

The Flat Side of the Landscape 1989 by John O’Brian, Mendel Gallery Publication, pg. 90

Arts Atlantic – Christina Sabat, pg. 3, Fall 1988

Contemporary 88, Olympic Arts, Calgary, pg. 33, January 1988

The Canadian Encyclopedia 1988, Hurtig Press, Edmonton, AB (Canadian Painters Section)

Entertainment C5, Elizabeth Godley, Review, October 14, 1987, pg 16

Baltimore Sun, Art, Review by John Dorsey, 1987

Baltimore Daily Record, Art, Bennard Perlman, 1987

Border Crossings, Prairie Achdemonics, Terrance Heath, 1987, pg. 53

Newsletter (Arts) by Ken Moffatt, Stamford, Connecticut, December 1986, Volume 1, pg. 6

Edmonton Art Gallery, Update 1986, Volume 7, pg. 6-7

Out of Saskatchewan, Expo 1986, Joan Borsa, 1986, pg. 14

Canadian Print Portfolio, Winter Spring Volume 2, #4, Volume 3, #1, 1985/86, pg. 7, by Alison Brannen

Vie des Arts, Ken Carpenter, Volume 30 #1, December 1985, Winter, pg. 36

Canadian Arts Review 1985, Winter, by Robert Enright, pg. 84

Canadian Arts Winter 1985, Expanding the Tradition, Peter Millard

The Art Post, Volume 1, August-September 1985, pg. 26 by ClydeMcConnel

Canadian Art, Winter 1984/85, pg. 54

Art, Montreal Gazette, Review Arts, Lawrence Sabbath, May 31, 1984

At the Crossroads, Painting in Saskatoon,Peter Millar, Winter 1983, Volume2, pg. 28

Rhythm and Colour, Vancouver Courier, April 27, 1983, pg. 23, Artline Beth Evans

Contemporary Canadian Art by D. Burnett and M. Schiff, Hurtig Publishers 1983, pg. 278

Arts Canada 1982, pg. VI, by Carol Phillips