is a Toronto based artist. She has exhibited paintings in New York City, London, Massachusetts, Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. Recently, a timelapse video revealing her unique process went viral, reaching over 1,000,000 people. Shackleton was recently interviewed on the national television show, CTV Canada AM. Her work has appeared in the Huffington Post, New York Magazine, CBC, CBS, Gizmodo, My Modern Met and Oddity Central. A review of her April 2012 solo exhibition can be found in the Spring Issue of Magenta Magazine. Shackleton was invited to speak on a panel about “Making Art in the Age of New Media” at the 15th Canadian Arts Summit in Banff. She is currently working on a 50 foot long painting, partially funded by the Ontario Arts Council. Shackleton’s paintings adorn dozens of private and corporate collections across North America, including the Colart Collection in Montreal and the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. She received her BFA Honours Degree from York University in 2008. Shackleton is represented by the Elaine Fleck Gallery in Toronto and the Mike Wright Gallery in Denver.
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