Barrie’s historic beginnings go back to the First Nations people who settled on the western shores of Kempenfelt Bay on route to Lake Huron along the portage that ran between Lake Simcoe and the Nottawasaga River. The War of 1812 increased the population to the area as Barrie became a place where British soldiers could bypass the Americans with supplies. Many of the city’s street names reflect the military presence of British troops; the city itself is named after Admiral Sir Robert Barrie.
Physical Prints: My prints are uniquely designed, printed on thick, high-quality paper and carefully packaged for delivery. Various colours and custom sized prints available upon request. See colour chart provided. Frame is not included unless added separately.