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Kristin Voth is a Vancouver-based mixed-media artist who grew up between the mountains and the ocean in the Fraser Valley. She gravitates towards small things that are often overlooked. Beauty hidden in unsuspected places, like moss growing from the cracks in the sidewalk or the universally familiar faces in family photo albums. She loves to travel the world in search of quiet beauty.

Some themes addressed by her artwork include recollection, alienation, and promise. Her medium of choice is mixed media acrylic painting, and she is nurturing a developing interest in cyanotype printing. Kristin’s work is deeply informed by her study of English literature and theology. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Trinity Western University and a Master of Arts in theology and the arts from Regent College.

Kristin works out of a shared studio in Vancouver’s DTES community and facilitates workshops and art classes for children and youth in the Lower Mainland. She has been delighted to join her loves of art and words through collaborating with the Vancouver-based Open Book Art Collective, an art-collective/book-club hybrid that seeks to create dialogue between literature and art objects.

Exhibition Record:

  • 2021   For the Time Being   Silk Purse Art Centre    West Vancouver, BC

  • 2020   Away  Massy Arts Society   Vancouver, BC

  • 2019   Away   Langley Centennial Museum   Langley, BC 

  • 2017   Art on Demand 3.4   The Reach Gallery & Museum   Abbotsford, BC

  • 2017   Dance to the Coming End   Performance Works @ Granville Island   Vancouver, BC

  • 2016   The Signature of All Things   Van Dusen Garden Gallery   Vancouver, BC

  • 2016   Only an Inkling    President’s Gallery @ Trinity Western University   Langley, BC

  • 2015   Repeat, Repeat    Grandview Woodlands Creative Collective   Vancouver, BC

  • 2014   We were like balloons   Regent College   Vancouver, BC


  • 2014   Rita Ringma Award   Grandview Woodlands Creative Collective


  • 2017    Creative Spark Emerging Artist Grant from ArtStarts in Schools

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