Eena Angmarlik

Eena Angmarlik is a printmaker originally from Nunataa, NU, a camp in Nunavut. She is 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. The course resulted in a fall print collection of over 30 images [1].

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 [2]. Angmarlik's print Ulukuluit (2018) was featured in the 2018 Pangnirtung Print Collection.


Citations/Footnotes

1. "Pangnirtung Fall Print Collection 'Jolts Expectations'," Inuit Art Quarterly 25 no. 4 (Winter 2010): 6.
2. "Eena Angmarlik," Uqqurmiut Center