This archived web page remains online for reference, research and recordkeeping purposes only.
It will not be altered or updated.
Edith Gardner, a Home Economics teacher in Hamilton, Ontario, worked independently of the professional puppeteers' circle. Her interest in puppetry began in the 1940s, and she became active in the Hamilton Marionette Club, the Southwestern Ontario Puppetry Guild and the Ontario Puppetry Association. One of her puppets' most interesting characteristics is that their faces were often portraits of people she knew.
Adapted from Figuratively Speaking : Puppetry in Ontario by Ken McKay, copyright 1990. Courtesy of the Ontario Puppetry Association and Ken McKay.
Bibliography | Resources | Credits | Index