| Terry Watkinson|
| University of Toronto|
| Long Afternoon, Creek at the End of the Bay|
Mike Tilka, Gary McCracken, Kim Mitchell, Paul Kersey, Dave Myles, Jim Chevalier
Universal Juveniles, Live Magnetic Air, High Class in Borrowed, A Million Vacations, Mutiny Up My Sleeve
Max Webster (1973 – 1980)
Terry Watkinson Wikipedia
Terry Watkinson (born 1940 in what is now Thunder Bay, Ontario) is an artist, painter, illustrator, and musician.
After spending his youth in Thunder Bay and Iroquois Falls Ontario, Watkinson attended the University of Toronto for two years in the field of architecture, until he left to participate in the band Max Webster. Upon the dissolution of the band, he returned to the university to study medical illustration. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science, he taught the subject at the University of Toronto.
He gained national prominence as a keyboardist for rock group Max Webster during the 1970s and early 1980s.
He is also active as a painter of other subjects. In 1993 he painted the third and most popular of Klaatu's Greatest Hits, Peaks.