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Barbara Klunder

Barbara W. Klunder is an eclectic artist gifted in many genres and media, among them hand-knit sweaters (launched in New York with the help of Vogue), hand-hooked rugs, fonts, illustrated books, posters and logos for clients ranging from theaters to jazz festivals to the Rolling Stones. Her work can be found in the collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum and at other institutions around Canada. She is well known for her commitment to human rights and environmental causes which led her to published Other Goose: Recycled Rhymes for Our Fragile Times with Groundwood. For the past twenty years she has spent most of her time on the Toronto Island which inspired her book The Animal's Day.

Books by Barbara Klunder