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Cendrine Marrouat: You are also an accomplished artist. Your prints and paintings have been exhibited in Canada and beyond. What is the underlying theme of your work?
Kate Kelton: If there were one, I wish I could articulate it better. A predominant love of portraiture (creature or human) and architecture, forms most of my content. A being in its environment has been important for me to convey for as long as I can remember. My incredibly nomadic upbringing left an imprint in my mind of amalgamated cities, landscapes, skies and seas. And even though the environs seemed magical to me, I was aware I was the one witnessing it all, I was the constant. When I was one and half, I got thick glasses for my 5/10 cross-eyed vision, and by two I was drawing. My eyes opened. I could see. It was me seeing.
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