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Tri-City News interview: learn more about my Artist Residency at Lions Park

Check out the Tri-City news article below to learn a bit more about me and my intentions for this art residency:



Photo courtesy of Tri-City News, Photographer: Janis Cleugh


https://www.tricitynews.com/local-arts/lions-park-artist-collects-leaves-iron-from-train-tracks-for-port-coquitlam-ecoprints-5363056?fbclid=IwAR0ZfxEZlSXXwqO-IGvVkirHcojk_5xBPBbwafdWZll_ObOljhxGjbjQlVI


Kaitlyn Beugh is an interdisciplinary visual artist. 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.

Like nature itself, Beugh’s work is ever-evolving.


Kaitlyn is a practicing artist and has some of her artwork for sale in the form of original pieces via her website here. Kaitlyn is currently studying herbalism and connecting deeper with the energies of plants and natures cycles.


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