Ted Harrison is one of Canada's most popular artists. His love of the land and people of the Yukon has brought him national and international acclaim. His distinctive style of painting is both colourful and sophisticated yet retains an innocent charm, and appeals to young and old alike.
Ted credits the work of English painter, Norman Cornish for inspiring his life long quest to paint people and places. But the strongest influence in his life and art was living in the land of the Yukon, where he found his "Shangri-La".