Marcus Cadman is a Native American painter of Navajo and Kickapoo heritage working primarily with acrylic on canvas and paper. He also makes modern sculptures and with the recent completion of a Relief Woodcarving class in the spring of 2011 is about to venture more into the carving aspects of sculpture.
He mainly exhibits at art festivals such as Santa Fe Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Heard Museum Indian Market in Phoenix, Arizona. You can find his work at the museum shop in the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is also a member of the Portal Program with the New Mexico History Museum. Exhibiting his work under the portal at the entrance of the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe throughout the year.
Cadman's work can be found in these public collections: Dine College-Shiprock, New Mexico, Red Cloud Indian School-Pine Ridge, South Dakota, and the World Bank Permanent Collection in Washington, D.C.
He has studied art and other humanity courses at Dine College in Shiprock, New Mexico and San Juan College in Farmington, New Mexico.
Marcus was born in Shiprock, New Mexico and still lives in this quiet Navajo community in the four corners region of New Mexico.