6" x 6"
Inside blank with story and artist info on the back. Each card includes an envelope and is packaged in an acid-free, resealable clear bag.
A quality greeting card product. Crisp, clear, colour true and printed on 12pt paper with dye-based inks. Features a gloss exterior for extra "pop" and a matte surface inside for ease of writing. The inside is blank. There is a story about each image on the back along with artist bio and statement. Each card includes an envelope and is packaged in an acid-free, resealable clear bag.
The subject matter and style of artist Mark Nadjiwan is predominantly inspired by his First Nation heritage. He is a self-taught artist whose chosen medium is pen and ink and his unique style is primarily a “fusion” of the Woodland and Northwest Coast Native art traditions. In his work, one can often see the Woodland’s characteristic x-ray and wavy line motifs interwoven with the clean formlines 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 First Nation roots are grounded in the Georgian Bay and Lake Superior Treaty regions. He lives in the traditional territory of the Anishnabek Nation, in Treaty 72, along with his artist wife, Patricia Gray, who works in various acrylic mediums.