Mark Enslin

Mark Enslin was born in South Africa in 1952. Mark Enslin is a visual artist.

He studied graphic design at the Wits Technikon, after completion he lectured at this institution for seven years.

Mark sold his first painting at the age of 14. He has herd solo exhibitions in south Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Swaziland.

Many works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'MOTHER AND CALF' sold at Stephan Welz & Co., Johannesburg 'Decorative & Fine Arts' in 2007

In addition his work has been exhibited in California, Australia, Germany,

England and Singapore. Marks work as also been auctioned at Christie London.

His art can be found in collections of banking institutions, mining houses,

hospitals and embassies. Other commissions include a series of calendars for Adcock Ingram, BMW, foundation of Research and development, Eskom HQ. He, and a set of stamps for Venda.

King Ms Wati of Swaziland has a range collection of Marks work in the palace.

Mark is involved with the two and three dimensional aspects of art with variation of theme.

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