Kezliegh is a contemporary digital abstract artist from Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. She prints on large acrylic sheets. Kezliegh attended the first Integrated Design course in 2017 at the Halibur-ton School of Art + Design. She experimented with many forms of art such as glass blowing, 3D digital modeling, and ceramics. Kezliegh is predominantly inspired by the natural world around her, often taking photographs of the texture of the bark on a tree or the pattern of river rocks. Her style is exploratory. She is always finding herself in colours, textures and abstract shapes. Experimenting with photographs, layering techniques and concepts made up in her head, she relays it digitally on her tablet. Kezliegh is currently working hard at becoming a noteworthy artist. She is constantly trying to find meaning and peace in this world.
"I want people to look at my art and know that every photograph, every layer and every altera-tion was made because I felt like it. I try not to think about what I'm doing too much. I let inspira-tion come as it is, in the moment. That's so freeing to me. I think everyone wants to feel free."