Katherine is a bilingual Montrealer, whose unconventional upbringing nurtured an inquisitive, perceptive old soul. She is always learning, observing and analyzing, its a wonder she sleeps so well at night. Working odd jobs at a young age facilitated learning about life through experience and adventure - and boy is she now glad she can say she is an expert cow-milker. She has grown to be an amateur anthropologist and avid foodie, who prioritizes experiences over materials. She has lived in many Canadian cities, in Singapore, and has had the fortune of spending several life-altering months traveling alone through many far off places.
Her experiences have lead her to be a confident and independent person, with diverse skills and unique perspectives. She loves to solve problems, identify inefficiencies and implement systems to make the day to day smoother (her roommates love and hate this about her). Her past work as an entrepreneur, to working in a corporation, have taught her a lot about life and herself. She is making moves that embrace her creative and entrepreneurial side and explore her enthusiasm for building things both literally and figuratively - so lend a hand if you can!
Now located in Vancouver BC, she creates her artwork in her garage to the ambient tunes of rainfall, alongside many friendly spiders. After four years she is still experimenting with different mediums, from: acrylic, to latex, to clays and epoxies. Her art forms are continuously evolving and offer unique sensory experiences for the audience. Though she has focused on personal-project-centric wall art until now, she is looking for ambitious commissioning projects for public and private collections. She is actively looking for partnerships in the furniture industry to launch a line of table and/or counter tops. She is also working on smaller scale functional items such coasters, jewellery and clothing racks. No, there is never a dull moment!
Stay tuned, there is more to this story!