Of Interest

 

  • Bonnie was awarded the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, Silver Medal for Qualities of Leadership

  • was the founding member of the Nova Scotia Illustrators Network

  • one of the first digital illustrators in the Maritime provinces

  • won the Nova Scotia Department of Tourism Best Poster award

  • was the Royal Canadian Mint's Showcase Designer in Master Club Magazine 2005

  • Ross Graphic was nominated as “Best Micro-business" of 2013, 2015 and 2016 by the Annapolis Valley Chamber of Commerce

Bonnie Ross has 25+ years of experience in illustration and graphic design. Bonnie, a native Nova Scotian, studied illustration at NSCAD in Halifax and in New York. Bonnie worked at various print and silk screening shops until she was hired by Communication Design Group in Halifax to work in design production. She was promoted to production manager and worked closely with graphic designers on projects.

   Bonnie left CDG to work as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. She has worked with most of the design and advertising agencies in Halifax and some in Toronto. She has also worked on a substantial project for the The North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) in Washington, DC.. Her clients include government agencies, graphic design firms and advertising agencies across North America. She also has worked with the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, Parks Canada, Canada Post and the world renowned design firm Aldrich Pears Associates on various projects where attention to detail and perfection is required.

   Bonnie has illustrated numerous stamps for Canada Post, and is often commissioned by the Royal Canadian Mint to design collector and circulation coins. Bonnie has designed over 30 Canadian coins.

   Bonnie Ross is an accredited member of Graphic Designers of Canada (Atlantic Chapter) and a member of the Annapolis Valley Chamber of Commerce.