BARDAL Eric

BARDAL Eric

Born 26 February 1946 in Winnipeg.

Before becoming a freelance cartoonist he worked as a police officer in Winnipeg. In 1971 moved to Thunder Bay to work in television graphics. In 1974, he moved to Vancouver where he drew 70 cartoons a week for the network game show “What’s the Good Word”. In 1976, he became a freelance designer, cartoonist and illustrator, principally as a court room sketch artist for television news.

In 1989 he began working as an editorial cartoonist for weekly newspapers in the Vancouver area. editorial cartoons and became nationally syndicated. His work appeared in daily newspapers including the Globe and Mail, the Toronto and Winnipeg Suns and the Hamilton Spectator.

He died June 14, 2000.

WORK:

CARTOONIST:

BOOK GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Cartoon editorial:

Portfoolio 11: The Year’s Best Canadian Editorial Cartoons. Ed., Guy Badeaux . Macmillan of Canada, 1995.

Portfoolio 12: The Year’s Best Canadian Editorial Cartoons. Ed., Guy Badeaux . Macmillan of Canada, 1996.

Portfoolio 13: The Year’s Best Canadian Editorial Cartoons. Ed., Guy Badeaux . Macmillan of Canada, 1997.

SOURCE:

Book graphic anthology:

“Eric Bardal.” Portfoolio 11: The Year’s Best Canadian Editorial Cartoons. Ed., Guy Badeaux . Macmillan of Canada, 1995: 143.

Newspaper:

“Artist found his niche as cartoonist.” Writ., Donn Downey. Globe and Mail, 15 June 2000: R10.

GALLERY:

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Bardal: Portfoolio, 11: 91.