Bartram, Ed

Born in London, Ontario in 1938, Ed Bartram holds a Bachelor of arts from the University of Western Ontario and a master’s degree in fine arts from the University of Toronto.  Owner of an island in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, he describes in his prints the picturesque features of the Canadian Shield.  Professor of engraving at the Ontario College of arts for many years, he has now retired on his island.

Ed Bartram is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Ontario Society of Artists.

American Camp Island, Georgian Bay,

American Camp Island, Georgian Bay, 2007, mixed media print, 80 x 108 cm

The Outer Archipelago, Georgian Bay

The Outer Archipelago, Georgian Bay, 2009, mixed print techniques, 80 x 108 cm

Rock Pools, American Island

Rock Pools American Island, 2008, mixed print techniques, 80 x 104 cm

McQuade Island, Georgian Bay

McQuade Island, Georgian Bay, 2005, mixed print techniques, 77 x 102 cm

Orange Lichens, Precambrian Shield Series

Orange Lichens, Precambrian Shield Series, 1980, etching, 57 x 75 cm

Outside Sandy Island

Outside Sandy Island, 2004, mixed media print, 80 x 108 cm

La Cloche Range #2

La cloche Range #2, mixed print techniques,

Manitou dock, Georgian bay

Manitou Dock, Georgian Bay, 1997, mixed media print, VE.8, 65 x 77 cm

Shoal formations

Shoal Formations, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 30 x 36 inches

Night Reflections

Night reflexions, 1974, photoetching, 76 x 56 cm

Precambrian Surfaces #2

Precambrian Surfaces #2, 1988, mixed media print, Ed.30, 60 x 90 cm