Mackenzie Browning is an accomplished artist and printmaker who draws inspiration from the rural landscape of his upbringing. Through his mastery of the CMYK screen printing process, he creates intricate, multi-layered imagery that blurs the line between art and craft. His work explores the concept of barriers, both physical and emotional, and seeks to challenge viewers to reflect on the limitations that exist in our world.

Mackenzie’s work is marked by a deep engagement with traditional printmaking techniques and materials, as well as an innovative use of digital technologies and screen print. By incorporating botanical themes and geometric forms, he aims to evoke a sense of interconnectedness and wonder in the viewer, inviting reflection on the beauty and complexity of the natural world.

At the core of his creative process is a spirit of experimentation and innovation through screen print, book arts, and print based sculpture. He is constantly pushing the limits of the CMYK printmaking process, exploring new techniques and approaches to create work that is fresh, dynamic, and multi-dimensional.

Ultimately, his goal as an artist is to challenge viewers to reflect on the barriers that exist in our world and to encourage a deeper engagement with the natural one. Through his work, he hopes to inspire curiosity, empathy, and a sense of wonder in those who experience it, contributing to a broader conversation about the role of art in fostering social and environmental change.

Mackenzie is based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) degree from Queen’s University.




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