Katelynn Clarey is a contemporary Canadian landscape and wildlife artist currently living and drawing in Oshawa, Ontario. She has lived in many beautiful places in Canada and finds inspiration in the vast wilderness of the north and the stunning forms found in remote places.
Katelynn graduated from Lakehead University in 2011 where she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Education. Since then she has continued to develop her style and taught warecolour classes to children and adults.
Reproductions are available for purchase on canvas and paper. Custom sizing available.
You can contact Katelynn at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in purchasing any original artwork or reproductions. You can also follow Katelynn on Facebook and Instagram.
The beautiful forms and patterns found in the vast Canadian wilderness have always fascinated me. Using ink and watercolour on paper is my go-to method for interpreting the landscape. I use this medium in a way that exaggerates the shapes and movement that I see around me. I like to find an aesthetic balance between structured and organic forms, between what occurs naturally and what is manufactured.
My goal is to share through art my experience and interpretation of the land. I have lived and worked in Northern Ontario, Newfoundland, Alberta, and British Columbia and I am always astounded at the immensity and diversity of Canada. Drawing and painting the wonders I see is my way of connecting with the land and also with its people.
You can contact Katelynn by email at email@example.com.