“Sunflare”, Taylor Head, Nova Scotia 8″ x 8″ signed and stamped limited edition archival, unframed print, $180.00+shipping. “Sunflare” is from the ongoing series, Almost An Island, looking at the wild coastal landscapes of Nova Scotia, Canada. You can view the full portfolio of this series here. Sign up to the newsletter below to receive advanced notification of a print release and receive 50% off. Watch for a release from the Mark Brennan Landscape Portfolio each month.
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Receive 50% off and be first to know when individual prints are released if you are a subscriber to Mark Brennan’s Newsletter. Mark releases individual limited edition prints each month, they are available to newsletter subscribers for 3 days at 50% off. You will receive a monthly email notification when a print is released after which the print will be offered to the public at full price ($180.00) until sold out. Print prices will rise as the edition approaches being sold out. The released print then returns to the digital archive and will not be available.
Mark Brennan, Landscape Photographs, a portfolio of over 80 archival museum quality prints from several ongoing series. Each print is produced using traditional medium and large format film. The entire portfolio can be seen here. Mark works with master printer William Oldacre, Toronto, to produce the highest quality archival prints possible using Epson K3 archival inks.
Mark Brennan is a professional, multi disciplined, gallery represented Canadian landscape artist working in the mediums of painting, sound and landscape photography. He draws upon his experiences as an environmentalist, naturalist and long time wilderness traveler to produce work that evokes a close connection and deep passion for wild places. Mark is primarily interested in the human connection to the land and has explored this theme for over two decades through three disciplines.
His love of the Canadian landscape has led him to many locations throughout Canada: Banff, Jasper, Yoho National Parks, Newfoundland & Labrador, The Gaspésie, Vancouver Island, Northern Ontario and of course his home province of Nova Scotia all to paint, photograph and record the wild sounds of these unique places.
Mark is primarily known for his landscape painting but more recently he has added landscape photography, a medium he used as a ships photographer in the Royal Navy during the Cold War of the mid 1980’s. With the addition of large format and medium format cameras using 4×5, 6×6 and 6×4.5 film as new tools, he hopes to further push his work within the landscape into new areas. Film photography is a medium he is very familiar with having taught himself to develop and print his own work from negatives as a teenager. When Mark brings his three disciplines together we get a body of work over the past 2 decades that is unique, continuously changing, and one that comes directly out of his own experiences in the landscape. As he says, a body of work that ‘comes out’ of the land. Mark has had 13 solo art shows in 8 years and is currently represented in 5 Maritime galleries.
Born in the UK, Mark grew up in Argyle, Scotland, on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. In 1989 he emigrated to Nova Scotia where he has lived and worked as a landscape artist for over 20 years, he continues to explore ways to represent wilderness and wild nature in contemporary society, a voice he feels is quickly diminishing. To read more about Mark and his work as a painter, Canadian Landscape Photographer and wilderness sound Recordist, see the ‘Bio’ link above.