My name is Kaitlyn Beugh. My mission is to inspire a soulful connection to self and the natural world through creation and intention. Click the drop down menu to view my portfolio. Looking to connect? Contact me here.
Kaitlyn Beugh is an interdisciplinary visual artist and herbalist. Her art practice is based in mindfulness and fosters a deeply rooted connection to the land she inhabits. Her work plays on the ephemeral and is created in a flow state.
She lives, works, and plays on the unceded land of the Coast Salish First Nations and extends much gratitude and respect for this privelege. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Arts with a minor in Social Practice and Community Engagement from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and has a background in social services.
The mediums Beugh uses depends on the intentions she has. Working in nature connected ways, Beugh's aim is to inspire others to connect deeper with the land they are on in their own ways, be it through a creative process or simply by sitting with nature and paying attention to the nuances of the life that surrounds them.
Her practice has a unique combination of foraged and artist grade materials. Her work is often experimental, and not always intended to be archival- it may change as it ages.
Beugh works in a variety of approaches, ranging from small to large scale paintings and drawings, murals, small to large scale sculptures using a variety of materials, fiber arts, illustration, photography, and printmaking.
Like nature itself, Beugh’s work is ever-evolving.
Capturing a Wave, Outlet Gallery, Port Coquitlam, BC, 2020.
Earth, Air, Wind, Fire; Langley City, 2022.
Looking Back & Moving Forward; Langley Arts Council, Langley, BC, 2021.
Art Connects; Langley Arts Council, Langley BC, 2021.
Benefit for the Peace; Notional Space, Vancouver BC, 2019.
The Show; Michael O’Brien Exhibition Commons, Emily Carr University, Vancouver BC, 2019.
Let’s Talk About Waste; Michael O’Brien Exhibition Commons, Emily Carr University, Vancouver BC, 2019.
Intertwined, Michael O'Brien Exhibition Commons, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC, 2018.
When Things Happen Quick; Michael O’Brien Exhibition Commons, Emily Carr University, Vancouver BC, 2018.
Mail Art; FINA Gallery, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, Kelowna BC, 2016.
Shape and Colour; Helen For Now Gallery at Emily Carr University, Vancouver BC, 2015.
The Commons; Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver BC, 2015.
Anonymous Art Show; North Vancouver Arts Council, North Vancouver BC, 2014.
Art Party Exhibition; Seymour Art Gallery, North Vancouver BC, 2013.
Rite of Spring Exhibition; Deer Lake Art Gallery, Burnaby BC, 2013.