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Bonnie Chapman was born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan where she received the distinguished Bates Award. With additional senior level painting studies with Otto Rogers, she also studied at the renowned Pilchuck School of Glass in Washington State with Michael Glancy and Dale Chihuly, and has traveled and painted across North America, Great Britain, Australia, and Asia. Chapman has been a featured artist for CBC Artspots, CTV and CBC documentaries, two books, and a recipient of numerous grants.


A dialogical artist, critical pedagogue, and arts based researcher, Chapman exhibits, lectures, and consults internationally. She is well represented in numerous collections, and commissioned works include Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II, His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Victoria Hospice Society, Kaiwo Maru Nippon Ship, Governor Yokomichi of Hokkaido, the City of Suzhou, China, Kobayashi Corporation of Tokyo, the City of Khabarovsk, Russia, and Alberta Power among others in Canada, United States, Europe, and Asia.


Chapman piloted the Saskatchewan Arts Board’s first Artist in Residence in Health Care. Head of the Creativity for Health Program, Chapman serves the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency from her Bird’s Eye Studio.


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