• Krista Huot

    Date posted: March 22, 2011 Author: jolanta
    Krista Huot spent her formative years in the forests of British Columbia, where she was trained in fine arts and classical animation. Her paintings explore the ongoing emotional relevance of archetypes in folklore, using inspiration from storybook illustration, folk art, animation and vintage kitsch. Krista’s work has been shown at galleries throughout the United States, including Gallery 1988, Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, LA Municipal Art Gallery, and Compound Gallery in Portland. Krista used to work in acrylic, but now uses solvent-free walnut oil paints. She currently resides in Montreal, Quebec.

    Krista Huot

    Krista Huot spent her formative years in the forests of British Columbia, where she was trained in fine arts and classical animation. Her paintings explore the ongoing emotional relevance of archetypes in folklore, using inspiration from storybook illustration, folk art, animation and vintage kitsch. Krista’s work has been shown at galleries throughout the United States, including Gallery 1988, Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles, LA Municipal Art Gallery, and Compound Gallery in Portland. Krista used to work in acrylic, but now uses solvent-free walnut oil paints. She currently resides in Montreal, Quebec.

    www.kristahuot.com

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