Kind-hearted man, Travelling Rock, Buffalo Boy
Artist, illustrator, animator, yellow hands and powwow dancer Nathan Meguinis started drawing at the age of five. His artwork today reflects the deep roots of his Tsuut’ina culture and heritage. His artwork is a creative visual expression of his cultural heritage and spiritualism, with contemporary stylization; a mix of abstraction and realism. This style brings together ideas that are abundant in Treaty 7 and the northern plains of North America.
Nathan is one of four Indigenous artists whose work was featured at Calgary Public Library to mark National Aboriginal History Month. He is a 3 time Beltline Urban Mural Festival muralist, with his largest piece to date at 2400 sq ft.