Kalynn Sinnamon is a Canadian artist whose work explores Canadian landscape. Her work has a direct focus on relationships between urban development and the land, and the pursuit of the Canadian wilderness.

These interactions are explored on both large and small scales, in populous or remote locations; all through the lens of “accessibility” and how modern infrastructure often shapes our relationship with the land.

Recent Work
Urban Borealis II
the lights and colours seen by the bustle of the city night, an artificial phenomenon which itself both disguises and mimics the natural aurora
Mini Studies - Winter Scene
small study on wood of benches by the lake frozen in the middle of winter, the sun gleaming off of the snow and ice
Mini Studies - Shoreline
small study on wood of shoreline in Algonquin Provincial park