Angie Marchinkow (b. 1985) is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist and writer based in the lakeside city of Kelowna, nestled amongst the scenic mountain ranges and valleys of British Columbia.
She collaborates with musicians, artists, and photographers to celebrate personal expression. As an abstract painter and muralist, photographer, and voiceover actor, her range of work can be found in all sorts of projects, including private and commercial collections.
When working with paint, she draws inspiration for her intuitive abstract work from a focus on her internal emotional dialogue, creating a visual interpretation of her lived experiences. Hand in hand with her poetic writing, her words have become a means of unfolding layers of what she paints on the canvas. Using her impulsive and nonlinear train of thought, she sheds light on the full spectrum of deep emotion and what it means to be unabashedly human. To her, "painting is about seeing before you, what is felt or seen within."