Keitha McClocklin



Keitha McClocklin

Keitha McClocklin is a full-time Canadian fine artist who works in a range of disciplines including painting, drawing and printmaking – oftentimes weaving techniques from one discipline to another. Her work is characterized by the use of layers, colour, and multiple media including pastel, ink, acrylic, cold wax and oil. She fluidly moves between figurative, landscape and abstraction-- giving her work a unique contemporary feel.

Keitha’s compositions are grounded in art history, her love of math and grids, and the influence of artists such as Piero della Francesca and Edgar Degas, as well as contemporary painters such as Susan Lichtman and Zoey Frank. Keitha takes workshops with internationally celebrated contemporary painters on a regular basis. She also recently started studying and creating digital art.

Highlights include receiving an award for being the top graduate in the Fine Arts from the University of Saskatchewan, and receiving a national award for her solarplate print, Tale of the Temple, in the Canadian juried printmaking exhibition, PrintPulse30.

When people ask what part of Canada Keitha is from, the answer is not straightforward. Her roots are in Atlantic Canada, but she has lived in the provinces of New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan. Keitha currently works out of her studio in the Riversdale neighbourhood of Saskatoon in the Canadian Prairies.

Keitha’s works are held in public and private collections in the U.S., France, Canada, Indonesia, and the United Kingdom, and have been featured in print and online media.

Keitha accepts commissions on a limited basis each year

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