Kaitlyn Hollander is an artist primarily working in printmaking and installation. She graduated from Queen’s University with a BFA in 2019 and is currently living in St. Catharine's, Ontario. She has exhibited in a number of shows around Ontario and has been internationally published.

I obsessively deconstruct, analyze, and reconstruct issues from vulnerable places of my everyday experience, such as family dysfunction and mental health. Methodically, I then assemble my interpretations with process and each medium’s associations playing crucial roles in relationship to the imagery and themes. In constructing these pieces, I seek to create dialogue: connection, understanding, and conflict over the subject at hand.

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