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Caryn Martin is a Baltimore-based multidisciplinary artist working in printmaking, installation, painting, and photography. She uses the ever-changing atmospheric conditions of landscape as a metaphor for the shifting nature of human emotion, while also reflecting on the tenuous state of the environment. Martin was a 2022 Finalist for the Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards. She received her MAT and MFA degrees from Maryland Institute College of Art and a BA in Studio Art from the University of Maryland. Martin has taught color theory, two-dimensional design, and introductory time-based media classes at MICA. She has shown her work at Catalyst Contemporary, Creative Alliance, Maryland Art Place, Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College, Anne Arundel Community College, School 33, Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore, Gallery B in Bethesda, and the Delaplaine Arts Center. In recent years, she has participated in residencies at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, ACI Residency in Italy, and at Windy Mowing in Halifax, Vermont.
Caryn Martin is represented by Catalyst Contemporary.