Andrew Dexel Enpaauk is a young artist from the Nlakapamux Nation. Native Art Prints has been carrying his work for several years now, and it sells very well since his style mixes graffiti style with Coast Salish design. This fusion creates figurative and abstract images that speak to resistance and renewal. He began creating limited edition prints soon after establishing his unique style.
His beginnings as a graffiti artist is central to his style and since his switch from walls to canvas in 2007 he has brought this energy from the streets into his paintings. His work was featured in Kamloops Art Gallery's exhibition Shazam in 2009 and he also had the pleasure doing a solo show titled Gratitude at Vancouver's Grunt Gallery.
His work is also featured at Vancouver's Lattimer Gallery and the Native Winds Gallery in Honolulu. He also had a showing of new works at Lattimer Gallery in 2010. Around this same period, Andrew painted a 7 1/2-foot fiberglass sculpture for Vancouver's public art project titled 'Eagles in the City'.