Award-winning photographer Mike Grandmaison has photographed some of the most beautiful places in Canada. In his newest pictorial, Mike Grandmaison’s Ontario, Mike turns his lens to the landscape he grew up in.
Winner of the 2015 Premier Print Awards Certificate of Merit in the Category of Art Books
Born in Sudbury, Ontario, Mike Grandmaison has travelled to every corner of this great territory and captured vistas that hardly seem possible, from the untamed wilderness of the Canadian Shield, to the rolling green of the Niagaras. With his eye for the extraordinary, Grandmaison will help readers discover Ontario’s great outdoors.
In this handsome hardcover edition readers will find over 240 beautiful photographs of Ontario’s diverse and spell-binding landscape. Readers will also delight in the photo note section that provides insight into the stories behind the images.
Mike Grandmaison’s Ontario is my Ontario. Every image in this collection takes me to a place I know, a place I’ve seen a thousand times, and yet a place I'm seeing as if for the first time. It’s the Ontario I see when I close my eyes. Except for an occasional silo or lighthouse, it’s the Ontario that has been here for 10,000 years, and now, thanks to these superb photographs, will remain with us for a long time to come.
This attractive book meditates on the beauty of Ontario's natural landscapes.
Jenny Montgomery, Photo Life
Turnstone Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Government of Canada, and the Province of Manitoba through Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage.