Victor Bosson

VicA graduate of the Alberta College of Art, 1974, Victor Bosson has been making innovative artworks for over 40 years. In 1984, Bosson’s deep interest in design and narrative art motivated him to utilize state of the art computer systems to execute his new ideas in art making. Victor’s innovative mixed media paintings and extensive knowledge of the culture of Japan, caught the eye of both publisher and editor of Orca Book Publishers and was invited to illustrate Laura Langston’s children’s books, The Magic Ear (1995) and The Fox’s Kettle (1998). Each book gained much acclaim for story telling and imaginative artwork. Short listed for the prestigious Governor General’s Award for his illustrations for The Fox’s Kettle in 1998, Bosson also garnered awards from The Alcuin Society for his book design of the Magic Ear, 1995 and the Fox’s Kettle, 1998. Victor lives in Victoria, B.C. Canada and continues to create digital art that is alive with stories and imaginative characters.

To see more of Victor’s work, visit his site on ETSY


Children’s Picture Books

  • The Magic Ear, 1995
  • The Fox’s Kettle, 1998



  • Nomination-Govenor General’s Illustration Award-The Fox’s Kettle 1998
  • Alcuin Society Award-The Fox’s Kettle 1998
  • Alcuin Society Award-The Magic Ear 1995