The Artists of Algonquin

Elizabeth Siegfried

198 Howland Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M5R 3B6

Elizabeth Siegfried is a photographic artist who has been inspired throughout her life by the beauty and spirit of the Algonquin area. In 1904 Elizabeth’s great-grandfather built a summer home near Algonquin Park and she has spent many years at this beloved family camp, photographing her surroundings and immersing herself in family history.

Known for her work in portraiture of herself and others, meditative landscapes and photographic narrative, Elizabeth has worked with the historical process of platinum for more than twenty-five years. She has exhibited her images in Canada, the US, Italy, Germany, Japan and Mexico and her photographs are in museums and collections.

Recently, at the lake home, she found a box of 16mm film footage that was taken by her family between 1925-1945. Much of this film was shot at the lake and she has incorporated still images from this footage into a body of work called Termina, a contemplative photographic installation.

Other images are on cards ( that are available at local Algonquin area craft and design stores.

Elizabeth’s first book entitled LifeLines was published in 2000 and her work has been featured in magazines and journals. She is represented by the Stephen Bulger Gallery of Toronto.

Forest Dancers by Elizabeth Siegfried

Elizabeth Siegfried
Forest Dancers
$1500.00 Editions 1-8
$2500.00 Editions 9-10
Limited Edition Archival Ink Jet Print

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