Kaylin Andersen studied Art and Art History in a joint program with the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts diploma and degree in 2016. She currently resides and works in Toronto.
She has exhibited in the Sheridan College Gallery, the Erindale Theatre, 46-3061 Sir John's Homestead Pop-Up Gallery, the Blackwood Gallery, the Woman's Art Association of Canada, and is now being represented by John A. Libby Fine Art in the East end of Toronto.
She specializes in painting and drawing in a variety of different mediums. Her subject matter is diverse and frequently documents what life is like in our time, just as people have done for centuries before photography. She calls this NeoGenre artwork after Genre art from the 19th century, depicting aspect of everyday life. She likes to depict the Canadian North especially around Algonquin and Killarney Provincial Parks and Toronto cityscapes, but has also enjoyed illustrative fantasy art inspired by the cartoon animations and comics, tattoo art, popular culture and mythology that she grew up admiring.
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