At Meraki Art Studios on the Bruce Peninsula
The subject matter and style of artist Mark Nadjiwan are clearly the products of his Indigenousl heritage.
He is a self-taught artist who works primarily in pen and ink. While he describes his unique style as primarily a “fusion” of the Woodland and Northwest Coast Native art traditions, other traditional and contemporary styles also influence his pieces. In his work, one can often see the Woodland’s characteristic x-ray and wavy line motifs interwoven with the clean form lines and geometry that often typify Northwest Coast art.
Mark’s work can be found in galleries and venues across Canada as well as private collections in both Canada and the United States. His work has also been shown in Europe.
Mark's First Nations roots are grounded in the Georgian Bay and Lake Superior regions. His work can be found in galleries and venues across Canada as well as in private collections in both Canada and the United States. His work has also been shown in Europe. His studio and gallery, Meraki Art Studios, is located in a cedar forest on the beautiful Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula/Treaty 72 Territory where he resides, and features not only his work but also the work of his artist wife, Patricia Gray.
Originals, giclées, decorative reproductions and art cards are available.
Address: 240 E Rd, Lion's Head, ON N0H 1W0
Phone Number: 705-492-8733
Open Times: Open regularly year-round. Drop in or call to confirm. Open Studio Weekends. Please check for events on my website. **COVID safety measures in place.
Gallery Size: In Studio Space
Number of Artists: 2
Classes Offered: No
Commissions Accepted: No