Mark Seabrook is a gifted Ojibwe artist; born to both Bird Clan and Fish Clan, birds and fish feature prominently in many of his paintings. The birds, often ravens, sit silent and bear witness or carry messages to the figures that live within his works. He was a 60’s Scoop Survivor and was adopted by a non-native couple and grew up surrounded by the natural beauty of Manitoulin Island. He has been a working visual artist since 1988 and is an art teacher and a family man
Mark Seabrook (Sagamok First Nation) is Ojibwe and a 60’s Scoop Survivor. He has been a working visual artist since 1988 and is an art teacher and a family man whose home base is on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada.