The desire to escape, to transport myself to imagined places, to imaginary moments is always present in my work.

A lot of my work is inspired by landscape.  By the subtle light of the North. By the landscape of the North – Northern Canada, Iceland, Ireland, Scotland.  By the big sky. By the sea.

But it goes beyond the landscape.  It’s about memory – about the atmosphere, about the impression left by a sunrise or sunset or midnight sun, by a night sky, by a brief glance at the clouds or the horizon or the land or the sea, by the shape of a mountain or a rock or a stone.  It’s the abstraction of this memory, the imagination of that memory. My work surprise at times – by the contrast of subtle colour changes and hard, bold lines, by brilliant colours, by black and white. It arouses curiosity. What we thought we recognized has become ambiguous, mysterious, mystical.

Impressions #11. Image transfer on Mylar.

NFT Project

Impressions #5. Image transfer on Mylar ... Read More
Always Forever. Oil on canvas. 91.4 x 121.9 cm (36 x 48 inches)


This includes works on canvas and works on paper, in oil, acrylic, pastel, and perhaps a few pieces in watercolour ... Read More
Relief. Clay sculpture. 35.6 x 27.9 x 5.1 cm (14 x 11 x 2 inches)


I’ve always enjoyed getting my hands dirty. See some of the outcomes ... Read More
Watermarks. Mixed Media - image transfer on mylar

Other Media

Here you can see some of my mixed media works, a few videos, and random photography ... Read More
Chanie Wenjack. Mixed media - image transfer on mylar

Stolen Voices

These works are my homage to those whose voices were stolen – because of who they were, what they said, ... Read More