Katie Rodgers developed her artistic practice, building upon experiences images and insights during earlier travels in South East Asia. The paintings consist of drawings and photographs presented in abstract form to suggest atmosphere and emotions associated with specific locales. Current works include a geographical series which attempt to convey climate, habits and geography through colour, depth and detail, employing mixed media collage and vigorous application of paint.
Katie has been experimenting with acrylics for several years, independently as well as in workshops in BC and Ontario. However painting became a priority in Montreal, where she joined The Longhaul studio artists collective. Katie is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and a member of North Van Arts and the West Vancouver Community Arts Council. Currently living with her twin boys in North Vancouver, BC .
Canvas Unbound, Federation of Canadian Artists, Apr 2020
Emerging Juried Arts Show, Federation of Canadian Artists, Nov 2019
SOLO SHOW: SKYVIEWS May 29- August 5, 2019 @ District Foyer Gallery, North Vancouver District Hall, 355 Queens Road, North Vancouver
ART RENTAL SHOW: Group Show Feb 15-March 16, 2019 @ CityScape Community Art Space, 333 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver
It's All Relative, Station Gallery, Whitby ON, July 2018
Landscapes Juried Show, Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery, Vancouver BC, Feb-Mar 2015
Open Show, Thompson Nicola Chapter of the FCA, Kamloops BC, April 2014
Abstract Juried Show, Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver BC, Feb 2014
Active Members Show, Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver BC, Jan 2014
Solo exhibition, The Cup, Squamish, BC, Oct 2010
Baghdad Museum, traveling group show: Propeller Gallery June 2005 in Toronto, The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Ontario, Jan 2004 and The Latcham Gallery, Stouffville, Ontario March 2004.
Adhesif, Group show at The Longhaul Gallery in Montreal, Quebec, April 2003
Pine Ridge Juried Arts Show in Ajax, Ontario, Oct 2002
Work is in private collections in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and Australia