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Roberta Bondar’s Remarkable Teachers

Roberta Bondar as a teen

The following article was published in Professionally Speaking, a quarterly of the Ontario College of Teachers, in March 1999.

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Roberta Bondar and the Traditions of Landscape Photography

Roberta Bondar, Dune Shadow, © 2003-06

By Mia Johnson March 20, 2006 Over the past 150 years, artists in Canada and the United States have taken a number of approaches to landscape photography. Four traditions have predominated: a romantic view of the “wild” landscape; a presentation … Continue reading

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Roberta Bondar’s rich colours

Roberta Bondar with her Tuareg guide at the Tadrart Acacus UNESCO World Heritage Site (2003)

By Elizabeth Renzetti Globe and Mail Tuesday, April 12, 2005, Page R1 Ancient Ruins and Desert Dunes, Hoopers Gallery, London, UK March 11 to April 15, 2005 LONDON — Travelling in space is apparently relatively safe, at least when compared … Continue reading

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Roberta Bondar | Bold Bondar, NOW, 2000

Carpet of Light, 1999/04, chromogenic print on crystal archive paper, 32 x 32 inches

Bold Bondar By Deirdre Hanna NOW | NOV 2 – 8, 2000 | VOL. 20 NO. 9 Review of ROBERTA BONDAR: PASSIONATE VISION, Royal Ontario Museum, to February 28, 2001.

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