Eena Angmarlik is a printmaker originally from Nunataa, NU, a camp in Nunavut, now based out of Panniqtuuq (Pangnirtung), NU. Angmarlik started drawing as a child and was able to take her artistic practice to a new level when she took part in a printmaking course at the Uqqurmiut Center for Arts & Crafts in Panniqtuuq in 2010. Angmarlik works with a number of mediums including stencil, linocut, watercolour, drypoint and etching. Her favoured subjects are shells and landscapes, as she finds inspiration in Panniqtuuq’s natural beauty.
For the first time since 2011, the Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts in Canada's Nunavut Territory launched a new collection. This work is part of the 2018 Pangnirtung Print Collection.
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