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Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program
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Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Autumn Flight 1
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Autumn Flight 2
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Learn to Thrive
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Imbolc
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Lughnasadh
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Spring Blooming 1
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Spring Blooming 2
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - The Wheel of the Year
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Beltane
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Ostara
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Samhain
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Mabon
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Remembering
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Little One
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Sleeping Beauty
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Slumber
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - She Remembers
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Owlet
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - Raven Magic
 
Kathleen Shellrude, (SAP) Supplementary Artists Program - The Gift
 

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Kathleen Shellrude was born in Winnipeg in 1976 and graduated from the U of W in 2005, after which she taught on multiple continents and worked with street involved women.

She taught herself art during a lengthy hospitalization in 2015; filling dozens of art journals  while working through clinical depression and major addiction issues. Since then she’s been prolific; painting mixed media, whimsical, and dreamlike landscapes and creatures. She looks forward to her second solo show “27 Tears” (April 2019) which will showcase the love, hurt, and history of a best friendship.

She can be found at www.kshellrude.com

Artist Statement
This collection explores the extraordinary that I find  in ‘ordinary’ nature, wildlife, and relationships. I’m often alone and sometimes lonely; so I’ve created these characters to comfort me, and hopefully to comfort you too. Each radiates the gratitude I feel  when thinking about where I’ve been and where I now am. Everyone needs compassion, and this collection is either willing to lend that to you or encourages you to gift it to others.