All of Bernard's prints remain for sale. Contact Helen should you wish to purchase a print. Helen will be adding a gallery of her own to the galleries page soon. Be sure to check out her work. You will also be able to see her work soon on Facebook and Instagram.
Bernard amassed a large selection of wildlife photos, over a period of 40 years. These are of animals/birds, photographed "in the wild", in provincial parks and in wildlife reserves across Canada. Residents of a large local Mohawk Reservation (near Cornwall Ont.) have been clients and purchasers of Bernard's wildlife photos, especially as Bernard focuses much on Mohawk "clan" animals (bears, wolves, turtles, birds (snipes) etc.
Bernard combined a love of nature/landscape and pioneer history in his work at Upper Canada Village. Management and staff at the Village have been extremely supportive and sell Bernie and Helen's work (hand-made greeting cards) at the Village store. Upper Canada Village receives tens of thousands of visitors from all corners of the globe. Their Pumpkinferno festival in the fall has received wide, international acclaim.
Bernard's love of nature dates back to his childhood. He and his wife Helen created numerous fine-art prints, working as a team over the last 40 years. The Fall season is their first love. Bernard has photographed extensively in Canada, Vermont/the Adirondacks etc... He enjoyed creating photographs where nature/landscape and humans (eg. old barns, etc...) interact.
From Mohawk culture to wild-west rodeos, Bernard and Helen regularly attended and photographed community, cultural and historic recreation events that celebrate Canada's multi-ethnic composition and history. The photography is both artistic and a promotion of our pride in this country's rich diversity.
To see the gallery click on the above image.
Click on the above image to see some of Bernard's landscape photography.
Click on the above image to see some of Bernard's macro photography.