Mark A. Brennan


Tag Brennan (given birth to 1968) is a Canadian scenery painter known for his function depicting Canadian Country wide parks and wilderness areas.

Brennan was created in Swindon, Britain in 1968. He was raised on the Western Coastline of Scotland, where he spent a lot of his period discovering the Scottish Highlands. At 16 he became a member of the Royal Navy, where he worked well like a shipborne professional photographer and learnt expressing himself artistically. At age 19 he emigrated to Pictou Region in Nova Scotia, Canada, used painting and colored his first scenery in the first 1990s at Perch Lake in Trafalgar, Nova Scotia.Brennan’s primary artistic focus offers gone to record Canada's wilderness areas and Country wide Parks, where he paints about location in essential oil. His work are available in the Nova Scotia Authorities Public Art Lender Collection. A documentary film discovering his function and existence as an designer has been filmed for the Canadian and English markets.In October 2009 he was contained in the book From Land & Ocean, Nova Scotia's Modern Landscape Artists, released by Nimbus Posting.


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