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Tamara Bond was born in Prince George BC. She lives with her husband and their two daughters on the edge of a Garry Oak Meadow on the unceded lands of
Lekwungen and Coast Salish peoples, including Esquimalt and Songhees First Nations.
Tamara received her BFA from Emily Carr University in 1999. She is represented by Madrona Gallery in Victoria BC and has exhibited her drawings and paintings in Canadian Artist-run centres, public galleries, as well as commercially. Bond is
Guest Faculty at The Vancouver Island School of Art where she teaches Design and Drawing.
Bond’s studio practice involves storytelling with many mediums including collage, painting, mixed media and drawing.
She attempts to draw what catches her mind, then combines it all to create a narrative. Her current contemplations include: her own psyche, her mad identity, nature, animals, her chickens, motherhood, menopause, dreams, and the principles and elements of design.