Saturday , April 5th 1978 is a date the Marik family will never forget. The 120 year old "Archers Folly" building in Carrick that was used as a studio, workshop and gallery for unique styles of flame painting on copper was destroyed in a tragic fire.
The Marik's constructed a studio next to the gutted building and have had a reputation for originality and quality, Australia wide, having had outlets in most capital cities.
Freestanding pieces, framed murals and large murals suitable for feature walls are all representative of their work. Exquisitely coloured butterflies, jewellery, statues and pots, abstract designs to Viking vessels, land and sea scapes, zodiacs and many other subjects were created at the studio.
The art work also adorns the walls of many Australian hotels, commercial and private buildings.
A piece was also selected for exhibition in the Bicentennial Art Exhibition as St Paul's College in Brisbane, alongside works by such Australian artists as Pro Hart, Sydney Nolan, John Glover and Arthur Boyd.
The original artist Mirek Marik has passed on his skills and knowledge to his son Tom,
who continued the family legacy.
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