File 08 - Green 1

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Green 1

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  • Graphic material

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  • March 1981 - April 1981 (Creation)
    Bartosik, John

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3 photographs : col. slide ; 35 mm

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(fl. 1977-1997)

Biographical history

John Bartosik, a prolific commercial and conceptual photographer, lived in Whistler for 8 years beginning in 1977 to work in the tourism industry as a photographer after obtaining a degree in Photo Arts from Ryerson Polytechnic Institute (Ryerson University). Bartosik’s work has appeared in advertising campaigns for companies such as American Express, Labatt’s, and Bell Canada as well as in National Geographic Magazine, Equinox, Maclean’s, Beautiful British Columbia, and Western Living. In 2008 Bartosik won Applied Arts Magazine’s annual competition in the conceptual art photography category for an image from his “Rock of Ages” fine art series which features an interpretive and artistic view of the Precambrian Shield. Bartosik has also published 3 books – Sea to Sky Country (1997), Whistler & Blackcomb Country (1997), and Barrie Country (1998) and currently operates a photography studio in Barrie, ON.

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Photographs taken by John Bartosik depicting the Gondola Barn (reference number 2-2-8-3), the Village Chair, and signs.

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Good (January 2017)

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Arranged according to original order.

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All inquiries regarding use, reproduction, and publication should be addressed to the museum staff.

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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.


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Catalogued June 2013.
Revised January 2017.

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