Kat Serediuk has acquired her BFA in Painting and Drawing at Ontario College of Art and Design University and currently works out of Hamilton, Ontario. As the daughter of wildlife artist John Serediuk, Kat grew up in an extremely creative environment and imagined nothing else for her own life and career. Wildlife imagery has been deeply engrained in the artist, Kat recalls rummaging through bird guides and wildlife text books in her early life and exploring on weekly hikes with her family.
When observing and enjoying a Kat Serediuk piece, the meaning is not to be obvious or literal. Above all, Kat Serediuk seeks to create beautiful and aesthetic images while holding onto a deeper meaning below the surface. Each Kat Serediuk piece utilizes bold and playful colours to illustrate the more serious issues surrounding the conservation of Canadian wildlife. Kat uses geometric and hard lined structures, to demonstrate the invasive characteristics of human's upon the natural world. The animals express a vulnerability and friendliness that is not always understood by mankind and are painted in a graphical and illustrative style with detail and care.
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Ontario College of Art and Design University
2009 - 2013 Drawing and Painting
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree
2014 - Present : The Inc - Hamilton Artists Inc.
The Yellow Pear Kitchen, St.Catherines, Ontario -Recurring
Argyle Fine Art , Halifax, Nova Scotia 2012-13
SWARM, November/December 2017, Hamilton Artist Inc.
Inc. Squared, March 2017, Hamilton Artist Inc.
Obscured, April 2015, Baltimore House Hamilton
Deck The Walls, December 2014, Project Gallery Toronto
Art Brownie, August 2014 The Drake Toronto
Salon, April 2014 Project Gallery Toronto
Preshrunk, January 2014 Argyle Fine Art Halifax
ANIMORPH, January 2014 Project Gallery Toronto
Canadiana, July 2013 Project Gallery Toronto
Gradex, May 2013 Ontario College of Art and Design
Work Featured, Arglye Fine Art , Halifax, Nova Scotia 2012
Paint Rocks, March 2012 Ontario College of Art and Design
As Of Now, February 2011 Notch
The Africa Project: Dance with Us, Not with AIDS
The Annex Theatre. Toronto, Ontario
OCAD University Graduate Catalogue, 2013