Hello and welcome to my page, I am a Visual Artist, Mixed/Multi Media, Digital Artist
Kathryn Wadel is an interdisciplinary mixed media artist who works and resides on the unceded territories of the Katzie First Nation and Kwantlen First Nation people. She holds a BFA degree from Emily Carr University, with a major in Visual Arts and a minor in Social Practice and Community Engagement. She utilizes painting, drawing, projection and community engagement to express contemporary relationships between art, culture, science and social practice. Kathryn’s work has been featured in various exhibitions and festivals in British Columbia and has work in private collections across Canada. As part of her pedagogical practice, Kathryn teaches in-person and online art classes and workshops. She facilitates and encourages art-making as a creative process through socially-engaged material play.
Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
Samples of my work
Kathryn combines her passions for art and community by facilitating in-person art classes and programs provincially, and virtually on a national scale. She has over nine years of experience working within the Canadian art sector as an artist, instructor, organizer and facilitator. In Kathryn’s professional art practice, she explores environmental, cultural and social practices that connect communities across disciplines. She utilizes mixed media techniques in her painting, drawing, and sculptural practices that often explore the human condition as it exists within the Anthropocene. Kathryn believes that art is an essential human practice that builds meaningful connections across cultures and communities.