The McMaster Museum of Art

    HARTMAN, John
    Date: Canadian, born 1950
    John Hartman was born in 1950 in Midland Ontario, and studied Fine Art at McMaster University.
    He established his reputation with the exhibition “Painting the Bay” at the McMichael Canadian Collection in 1993. These were large-scale paintings of Georgian Bay, aerial views of the landscape, painted with thick, juicy paint. In the skies Hartman painted stories about the places depicted.
    Hartman continued to experiment with works that combined narrative and landscape. He received national exposure with the exhibition and book “Big North” which toured Canada between 1999 and 2002.
    Hartman’s path of painting the intimate relationship between people and place, took a turn in 2003. He began to paint aerial views of cities. These paintings, which present cities as living organisms, made up the exhibition and book ”Cities” which toured Canada and internationally from 2007-2009.
    Hartman has recently painted a series of aerial views of New Orleans which are showing at the Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans, October-November 2013.


    Artist's CV:

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2013 ‘New Orleans From Above,’ Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans
    ‘Tracing Terra Nova,’ Christina Parker Gallery, St. John’s

    2012 *‘Place, Story And Memory,’ Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
    *‘The Columbia In Canada,’ Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, curated by Liz Wylie and circulated to
    Kootenay Gallery of Art, Castlegar, 2013
    Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, 2013
    ‘Blue Rocks and Halifax,’ Studio 21, Halifax
    ‘The Columbia River,’ Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary
    *‘Looking At the Sault,’ Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste Marie, curated by Mary Reid
    ‘John Hartman,’ Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
    ‘Shore Line Over View,’ MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, curated by Jennifer Withrow and Ben Portis

    2010 ‘John Hartman,’ Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto

    2009 ‘John Hartman, New Paintings and Drypoints,’ Studio 21, Halifax
    ‘John Hartman, Harbour,’ Christina Parker Gallery, St. John’s
    ‘John Hartman, Cities,’ Winchester Galleries, Victoria
    2008 ‘John Hartman, Etchings,’ Nicholas Metivier Gallery , Toronto
    ‘Cities, Paintings and Drypoints’ , Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary
    *‘John Hartman, Cities,’ Caldwell Snyder Gallery, San Francisco

    2007 ‘Cities’, Charles Cowles Gallery, New York
    ‘Cities,’ Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
    ‘Cities,’ Jill George Gallery, London
    ‘Cities,’ Projets Art 45, Montreal

    *‘Cities,’ curated by Stuart Reid and circulated by the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery,
    with the assistance of the art gallery of Nova Scotia to
    Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax
    Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound
    Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary
    Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg

    *catalogue or book published
    Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge
    University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto, 2008
    Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, 2008
    The Art Gallery of Sudbury, 2008
    MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, 2008
    Sir Wifred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Cornerbrook, 2009
    The Rooms, St. John’s, 2009
    ‘ John Hartman’ Studio 21, Halifax
    ‘ John Hartman, Recent Work,’ Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary
    ‘John Hartman, Newfoundland Paintings,’ Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch
    Yarmouth

    2006 ‘ Watercolours and Drypoints,’ Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary

    2005 ‘ Rivers and Cities,’ Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
    ‘John Hartman, Paintings, Watercolours and Prints of London, Scotland and Canada,’ Jill
    George Gallery, London
    ‘John Hartman, New Works’ Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary

    2004 ‘John Hartman, Harbours,New Paintings, Pastels and Drypoints= Mira Godard Gallery

    2003 ‘John Hartman, Recent Works,’ Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary

    2002 ‘John Hartman, From the Garden, New Works on Paper,’ Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto

    2001 ‘John Hartman, Georgian Bay and Newfoundland,’ Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    ‘John Hartman, Prints,’ Dofasco Gallery, Dundas Valley School of Art, Dundas

    2000 ‘John Hartman, Recent Work,’ Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary

    1999 *‘ Big North,’ curated by Brian Meehan and circulated by the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery and The London Regional Art and Historical Museums to Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto
    Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound
    Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, 2000
    Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, 2000
    The Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, 2000
    Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John=s, 2000
    London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London, 2001

    ‘John Hartman , New Paintings,’ Hart Gallery , London
    ‘John Hartman , New Paintings and Pastels,’ Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto

    1998 "The Artist's Garden" Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto.
    "Panorama " Galerie Leif Jensen , Copenhagen.
    "Stories from the Northland ", The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery , Lethbridge.

    1997 "John Hartman" Hart Gallery, London
    "John Hartman, New Work " Mira Godard Gallery , Toronto.

    1996 "John Hartman, Recent Paintings, " W.K. P. Kennedy Gallery, North Bay.


    1995 *"With Minimal Means: John Hartman Prints 1985-1995,"McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton.
    Curated by Kim Ness and circulated nationally to
    Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, St.-John's, 1996.
    Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, 1996
    Laurentian University Museum and Art Centre, Sudbury, 1996
    Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, 1996
    University of Waterloo Art Gallery, Waterloo, 1996
    Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, 1997

    1995 "Canadier i Kobenhavn," Galerie Leif Jensen, Copenhagen
    "John Hartman, The Prints," Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    "John Hartman New Work," Hart Gallery, London, England
    "Mount of Paradise," Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    "The Wrecking of the Midland Simcoe Elevator," Huronia Museum and Gallery of Art, Midland

    1994 "John Hartman," Buschlen Mowatt Gallery, Vancouver

    1993 *"Painting the Bay, Recent Work by John Hartman," McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg
    "John Hartman, olie, pastel, glas grafik," Galerie Ähuset, Koge, Denmark
    "John Hartman: öl auf Leinwand, Pastel, Lithographie", Galerie Schröder und Dörr, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
    "John Hartman: Recent Paintings", Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary
    "John Hartman: Narrative Landscapes", Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto

    1992 *"Fired Light - The Glass Paintings of John Hartman from the Workshop of Lars Frese, Copenhagen",London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London. Circulated to MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie.

    1991 "Expulsion from Paradise, an Allegory", 49th Parallel, New York
    "The Big Picture", Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    "John Hartman, drypoint, lithograph and pastel", Christina Parker Fine Arts, St.-John's, Newfoundland

    1990 "New Works on Paper", Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    *"Recent Paintings" The Library and Gallery, Cambridge.Circulated to the MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie.
    "Landscape Implications", Lynnwood Arts Centre

    1989 "La mer douce", Gadatsy Gallery, Port Dover

    1988 *"Invisible stories - a series of four one-person exhibitions", Curator Kim Moodie, Embassy Cultural House, London, Ontario
    "John Hartman, Maleri", Galeri Marius, Copenhagen
    "John Hartman, Nord Canada/Usynlige Historier", Galeri Marius, Copenhagen
    *"The North: Life on the Edge", Curator Dorothy Farr, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston
    "The North/Invisible Stories", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "John Hartman - prints and drawings", Broadview Gallery, Peterborough

    1987 "John Hartman - Colour drypoint engravings", a exhibition circulated to
    Ring House Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
    Stewart Hall, Pointe Claire

    Saw Gallery, Ottawa (1986)
    MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph (1986)

    "Job's Garden", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "Jacob's Ladder", Robertson Gallery, Ottawa

    1986 "Return to Paradise", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    1985 "Highway 69 drawings", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "Drawings, paintings and colour drypoint engravings", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto

    1984 "Recent Works", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "Paintings and Works on paper", La Galerie Shayne, Montreal
    "John Hartman, Paintings and Drawings", Ethel Flavelle Gallery, Lindsay

    1983 "Peintures et oeuvres sur papier", La Galerie Shayne, Montreal
    "Wendake drawings", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "John Hartman - new paintings and drawings", Art Gallery of Hamilton ,curated by Glenn Cumming

    1982 "New works", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto

    1981 "Paintings", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "Works on paper", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto

    1980 "Recent Landscape Drawings", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto

    1979 "Recent Drawings", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto

    1972 “John Hartman," Trinity College, University of Toronto



    GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2013 ‘Natural Selection: An Evolving Idea Of Canadian Landscape’ The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s
    ‘Blue’ Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Western Branch, Yarmouth
    *‘Collection, Connection and the Making of Meaning’ The Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver.
    ‘New Acquisitions, Views and Vistas’ Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton

    2012 ‘Street Life, The City as Muse’ Museum of Contemporary Art, Calgary, Calgary
    ‘Aspects of A New Kind Of Realism’ Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, curated by Michael Klein
    ‘An Embarrassment of Riches: The Collection in Focus’ Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, curated by Diana Nemiroff and Sandra Dyck
    ‘Spotlight on 40 Years: Artworks from the Canada Council Art Bank’ Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa.
    ‘From Artists and Collectors: Recent Gifts,’ University of Toronto art Centre, Toronto
    ‘The Way I Remember It,’ Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay

    2011 ‘Sighting Land’ Museum London, London

    2010 ‘Art at Work,’ Art Gallery of Mississauga, Mississauga
    ‘OIL CLOTH LUNCH, and other reasons to be cheerful,’ McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, curated by Ihor Holubizky
    ‘Further Than Confederation,’ McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, curated by Ihor Holubizky
    ‘George Wallace, As I was Saying,’ McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, curated by Ihor Holubizky
    ‘Here to Stay: Cupids 1610,’ The Rooms Provincial Museum, St. John’s

    2009 ‘sUBSTANTIAL RESOURCES’ Art Gallery of Sudbury, Sudbury

    2008 *‘Invention and Revival, The Colour Drypoints of David Milne and John Hartman’ Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, circulated to
    Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, 2009

    2007 *‘Georgian-Joshibi, An Exchange Exhibition of Works on Paper” The Campus Gallery Georgian College, Barrie, and Joshibi Art Museum, Japan

    2006 ‘Far and Wide, the Paintings of David Alexander and John Hartman,’ Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton
    ‘ Into the Collection,’ Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg

    2005 *‘Towards The Spiritual In Canadian Art’ Varley Art Gallery, Unionville

    2004 ‘Recent Acquisitions’, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay
    ‘Skies,’ MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph’

    2003 ‘ThePrints of Ed Bartram, John Hartman, J.C. Heywood,’ Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    ‘Re:Collection’ Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound
    ‘Certain Realities’, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    ‘Horti-Culture’, James Baird Gallery, St. John=s
    ‘Remembered Landscape’, James Baird Gallery, St. John=s
    ‘The AGNL and the RCA, a survey’, The Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s
    ‘Einstein’s Brain’, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton
    ‘The Private Collector’, Glenhyrst Gallery of Brant, Brantford

    2001 ‘Alignments: Contemporary Works from the Permanent Collection’, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor
    ‘Contemporary Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics’, curated by the Hart Gallery at Phillips auctioneers, Leeds


    2000 ‘ Two Nations: Works on Paper’An exhibition organized by the Whitewater Gallery in North Bay. The exhibition toured six Ontario galleries in 2000 through 2002 and five galleries in Cuba from 2002-2003
    Landscape and Memory, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto

    1999 "The Painters' Newfoundland: selections from the Pouch Cove Collection." Sir Wilfred
    Grenfell College Art Gallery, Cornerbrook.

    1998 "Gathered Into Earth: Contemporary Landscape Painting", Sheehan Gallery, Walla Walla , Washington.
    "The Painters' Newfoundland " Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador , St. John's.
    "Prints by Painters" Paul Kuhn Gallery , Calgary

    1997 "in Situ, Contemporary Canadian Prints" McMullen Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

    "Recent Acquisitions " Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John's, Newfoundland.
    "St. Michaels Printshop 25th Anniversary Archival Print Exhibition " RCA Visual Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland
    "Nature Machine" Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario.

    1996 *"Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas," Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, curated by Alan Gussow, circulated to
    Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, 1997
    Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, 1997
    Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. , 1997
    Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina, 1997

    "Imagining Eden," Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, curated by Tim Nowlin
    "Art 96" with the Hart Gallery, London, England.
    "Beyond the Group of Seven,"Heffel Gallery, Vancouver
    "Recent Acquisitions" Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario.

    1995 *"Selected Works from the Collection of Daniel Donovan," Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton.
    *"The Terminal Project," Artworks, Collingwood
    "Small, Medium, Large", Eastern Edge Gallery, St-John's

    1994 "Return to Paradise: Contemporary Views of Land by Canadian Artists," Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton.
    "Reflecting Paradise," Howe Oil Tower, Calgary.
    "John Hartman, Dan Hudson, Tim Zuck, Recent Works." West Parry Sound District Museum, Parry Sound.
    "Contemporary Canadian Works from the Collection of the Art Gallery - University of Lethbridge," Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, North York,Curated by Glenn Cumming.

    1994 *"A Public Responsibility: The OMERS Collection," Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound.
    "Hidden Values, Canadian Corporations Collect," McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg.
    "The Book as Art,"Durham Art Gallery, Durham

    1993 *"Reflecting Paradise," Lotte Gallery, Seoul, South Korea. Travelled to Dong Ah Gallery,
    Teagu, South Korea; KBS, Pusan, South Korea; Nam Do Cultural Centre, Kwangju, South Korea.
    "Abstraction: Which Way From Here?", Canada Trust Tower, curator Jeffrey Spalding, Calgary
    *"FIAC Edition", with Editions Copenhagen, Grand Palais, Paris

    *"Art Multiple,"with Editions Copenhagen,Dusseldorf.

    1992 *"Legal Perspective,"McMichael Canadian Art Collection,Kleinburg.
    *"Peoples Art, XXX Anniversary Exhibition,"Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    *"The Georgian Bay Experience,"curated by Eve Baxter, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery,Owen Sound.
    *"The Print Defined," The Blyth Festival Art Gallery, Blyth.

    1991 *"Myth and Meaning," Georgian College Campus Gallery, Barrie.

    1990 *"Notes from Eden", Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery, Owen Sound


    1989 "Hartman, Thauberger & de Niverville", Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    *"Glaskunst og Billege", Holstebro Kunstmuseum, Holstebro, Denmark

    1988 *"Glaskunst og Billege", Galeri Brandt, Fredensborg, Denmark
    "Barrie Gallery Project", Barrie Regional Gallery
    1987 "Drawing Conclusions", John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto
    "Alumni exhibition", McMaster University Art Gallery, Hamilton
    "Historical perspectives - two approaches", Carnegie Gallery, Dundas

    1984 "Kanada, Maler um Midland", Kulturhaus, Wetzlar, West Germany

    1983 "Hagen, Hartman, Marchessault & Cullen", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto

    1982 "Inscape - Outscape", McMaster University Art Gallery, Hamilton

    1981 "Small works on paper", Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
    "Alumni exhibition", McMaster University Art Gallery, Hamilton

    1980 "Group exhibition", National Exhibition Centre, Thunder Bay

    1977 "Larmand-Pirosko, Gibbon, Hartman", McMaster University Art Gallery, Hamilton

    1974 "Editions 1 exhibition", Aggregation Gallery, Toronto
    "Editions 1 exhibition", Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
    "Editions 1 exhibition", Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston
    "Editions 1 exhibition", Wells Gallery, Ottawa


    PUBLIC COMMISSIONS

    2002 Frank’s Journey, Oil on linen, The World Exchange Plaza, Ottawa
    1999 Providence Centre , water colour on paper, Providence Centre, Toronto
    1995 - 1996 "Lynde Creek Mouth and Oriental Lily", oil on linen, Whitby Psychiatric Hospital, Whitby (art collection of the Province of Ontario)
    1990 - 1991 "Expulsion from Paradise/Return to Paradise", enamel on glass, the Canadian High
    Commission Chancery, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania (Department of Foreign Affairs)


    PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

    Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario
    Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
    Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.
    British Museum, London, England
    Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ontario
    Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
    Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario
    Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta
    Huronia Museum and Art Gallery, Midland, Ontario
    Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, British Columbia
    La Galerie d'Art, Stewart Hall, Pointe Claire, Québec
    Laurentian University Museum and Art Centre, Sudbury, Ontario
    London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London, Ontario
    Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario
    MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, Ontario
    Masterworks Foundation , Bermuda
    McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
    McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario
    Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Kenderdine Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
    National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
    Ring House Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
    Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario
    Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Cornerbrook, Newfoundland
    The Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver
    Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario
    The Rooms, St John’s, Newfoundland
    Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario
    University of Calgary Library, Calgary, Alberta
    University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta
    University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto, Ontario
    Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg ,Alberta
    WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay, Ontario


    CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

    Bank of Montreal, Toronto, Ontario
    Bennett Jones LLP, Toronto
    Blake Cassels & Graydon, Toronto, Ontario
    Bunting, Warburg Inc. Toronto, Ontario
    CI Mutual Funds, Toronto, Ontario
    Ciba Geigy, Toronto, Ontario
    Davies, Ward,Phillips & Vineberg, Toronto, Ontario
    Deloitte Touche, Toronto, Ontario
    Ernst & Young, Toronto, Ontario
    Ferguson Barristers LLP, Midland, Ontario
    Gowling, Strathy & Henderson, Toronto, Ontario
    Hewlett Packard, Toronto, Ontario
    Household Financial Corporation Limited, Toronto, Ontario
    Kirkland and Ellis, New York, New York
    Imperial Oil Limited, Calgary
    Lac Minerals, Toronto, Ontario
    Lenczner, Slaght, Royce, Smith & Griffin, Toronto, Ontario
    Mclean Hunter Ltd., Toronto, Ontario
    McCarthy Tétrault, Toronto, Ontario
    McMillan Binch, Toronto, Ontario
    Morris/Rose/Legett, Toronto, Ontario
    Nesbitt Burns, Toronto, Ontario
    Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, Toronto, Ontario
    Petro-Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
    Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto, Ontario
    Scotiabank Group, Toronto, Ontario
    Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, Toronto Ontario
    SunLife Trust, Toronto, Ontario
    Swiss Bank Corporation, Toronto, Ontario
    Toronto-Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario
    Torys LLP
    Trimark Investments Management Inc., Toronto, Ontario


    EDUCATION

    1973 Bachelor of Arts, McMaster University, Hamilton


    TEACHING POSITIONS

    1986 - 1999 Instructor , Painting, Part -Time Faculty, Georgian College, Barrie.


    AWARDS

    2012 Excellence in the Arts Award, Barrie Arts Awards
    1995 First prize. "Manitou Dock." Great Canadian Printmaking Competition. Sponsored by Ernst & Young and administered by Canadian Art magazine
    1994 Distinguished Alumni Award. McMaster University
    Senior Visual Arts Grant, Ontario Arts Council
    1992 Senior Visual Arts Grant, Ontario Arts Council
    1990 Project Grant, Ontario Arts Council
    1988 Project Grant, Canada Council
    1984 Short-Term Grant, Canada Council
    1983 Short-Term Grant, Canada Council
    1980 Project Grant, Ontario Arts Council
    1979 Project Grant, Ontario Arts Council
    1974 Winner, Editions 1 Printmaking Competition, Ontario Arts Council


    BOARDS OF DIRECTORS

    1986-87 North Simcoe Arts Council
    1990-98 CARO, Canadian Artists Representation Ontario
    1994-2002 MacLaren Art Centre
    Chair of Programming Committee
    Member and Chair of Acquisitions Committee
    2004-present, Fine Arts Advisory Committee, Georgian College
    2004-present, Georgian College Campus Gallery, presently Chair
    2011-present, Acquisitions Advisory Committee, Tom Thompson Art Gallery

    Source: John Hartman
    Image: Courtesy John Hartman