Laura Kay Keeling resides in Toronto, ON and pulls inspiration from beautiful everyday moments shared through her photography, collage work and installation projects. She has always been drawn to extreme environments and things that come from nature. Her focus is on creating work that allows the viewer to create their own narrative from a captured or created moment in time and hopes that her work evokes feelings from the viewer, whatever that may entail such that they can be engaged with the piece.
As an artist, I strive to explore and capture the magic that comes from everyday life. From the way the sunshine catches my eye, how the flowers look after it rains, a well groomed front lawn. I try to take moments that sometimes may be overlooked and give them a second chance to be admired. I am obsessed with landscape and how it changes in different regions, how natures colour palette is so vibrant and engaging and how we are so fortunate to have such beauty around us in so many different shapes and sizes. My work is a blend of 35mm film photography, collage work with imagery sourced from field guides and old National Geographic magazines, as well as installation works.
Collage, Graphic/Digital Art, Photography, Installation Art
© 2018 The PATCH (Public Art Through Construction Hoarding) Project - all images are copyrighted by the artist, unless otherwise noted