The following are the Winners of the Bondar Challenge program held at summer camps across Canada in 2015. These images will be featured in the Foundation’s Travelling Exhibition and Learning Experience in selected venues in Canada and internationally.
Congratulations to all participants. Please click on a photo to see enlarged view.
These categories reflect the degree of difficulty in completing one of the four levels of the Bondar Challenge.
Diamond Level — most experienced, most difficult
First place: Tall Trees by Olivia Boyuk (Age 14, Camp Woolsey).
Second place: The Hunter by Maud Swanborough (Age 14, Camp Tanamakoon).
Third place: Busy by Sophia Mills-Vissers (Age 16, Centauri Art Camp).
Runner Up: Mt Robson by Jared Chapman (Camp Kanannaq).
First place: In Flight by Emily Oliver (Age 15, Camp Tanamakoon).
Second place: Dragonfly on the Wall by Sydney Clayton (Age 15, Camp Tapawingo).
Third place: Warrior of the Wind by Charlotte Whitton (Age 13, Girl Guides Doe Lake).
Runner Up: Dragonfly by Dana De Graaf (Age 16, Centauri Summer Arts Camp).
First place: The animals can do beautiful things to a simple tree by Nicholas Filiatrault (Age 14, Camp Elphinstone).
Second place: Frog in Disguise * by Danielle Garner (Age 12, Camp Kanannaq). [* ’cause it’s really a toad! — ed. ]
Third place: Mysteries of Nature by Kate McCallum (Age 12, Camp Tanamakoon).
Runner Up: Past Take-off by Emily Burke-Hall (Age 12, Camp Wenonah).
Emerald Level — entry level or beginner
First place: Super Cool Plants Inc by Everett Wheadon (Age 7, Camp Tamarack).
Second place: The 5 Flowers by Sophie Rorabeck (Age 10, Camp Tanamakoon).
Third place: Camping with Pals by Phoebe Irving (Age 11, Camp Woolsey).
Runner Up: Canadian Maple by Ella Sudney Williams (Age 8, Camp Otterdale).