Mark Bovey is an artist and Associate Professor in the Printmaking Area at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada (2004-present). He received his MVA in Printmaking from the University of Alberta in 1992 and his BFA from Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario in 1989.
Bovey’s work has represented Canada internationally in juried Biennial and Triennial Exhibitions in 17 nations Worldwide. He has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions across Canada including 15 curatorial projects. This coming year his work will travel to Gyor Hungary, Krakow Poland, Houston Texas and Novosibirsk Russia and nationally will show in Kelowna British Columbia, Kitchener Ontario, Edmonton Alberta and as part of the national touring exhibition “Sense of Place” at the Cape Breton Art Gallery in Sydney Nova Scotia.
Bovey’s practice ranges from traditional printmaking (combinations of Intaglio, Lithography, screen printing and woodcut) to print installations works incorporating inkjet and digital video projection that reference and incorporate the history of printed forms. His work is in numerous collections most recently Canadian Foreign Affairs Visual Art Collection, The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Art Bank, and the Danforth Museum Boston.