Kalina is a Seattle-based artist whose paintings on canvas, wood, and paper present speculative landscapes in which the artist blurs reality and representation. Working with imagery and data taken from satellite weather patterns, her works explores technological translations of the environment, reconstituted climate models, and futuristic landscapes.
Kalina grew up in Poland and has actively exhibited her works in the US, Poland, Germany, Canada, and Japan. Her recent commissions include a three-dimensional installation for San Juan Island Museum Atrium and large murals for Meta Open Arts and Google’s Artist in Residence Programs.
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Pink Horizons of ’86, 2022
Graphite, acrylic paint, gouache, and ink on canvas on wood panel
36” x 48”
Multiple Directional Shift with Thrust and Tear of Cloud Masses, 2018
Graphite, acrylic paint, and gesso on wood panel
37 ½” x 49 ½” x 3” framed