Carin Covin, a drawer and a painter, which her current research interests are in the intersection of creative writing and visual language. She is interested in the diary form and the lyric essay and how these writing genres interweave into a contemporary painting and drawing practice.
The artist received her BFA from Okanagan University College in 2003, and her MFA from UBC Okanagan in 2010.
Carin have had solo and two person exhibitions at: The Alternator for Contemporary Art in Kelowna, BC – Plaskett Gallery in New Westminster, BC – Grand Forks Art Gallery in Grand Forks, BC – Station House Gallery in Williams Lake, BC – Vernon Public Art Gallery in Vernon, BC – Penticton Art Gallery in Penticton, BC – Nelson Museum in Nelson, BC –
Her work has been shown in group exhibitions at: Kelowna Art Gallery in Kelowna, BC – Island Mountain Art Gallery in Wells, BC – UBC Vancouver – Vernon Art Gallery in Vernon, BC – The Alternator for Contemporary Art in Kelowna, BC
Carin lives in the mountains of the Okanagan Valley, nearby Vernon, BC