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Miranda Crabtree

Artist member since 2019
Toronto, Ontario

Miranda Crabtree is a Toronto-based artist who studied Interdisciplinary Fine Art at NSCAD University in Halifax, Canada. Her figurative work makes use of installation, painting, and printed matter to describe rich, fantastical narratives on the secret lives of women. Including galleries such as the Hamilton Artists Inc. and The Gladstone Hotel, Crabtree has recently shown work in Toronto, Hamilton, Reykjavik, and Halifax. In addition to working as a visual artist, Crabtree is a member of the Toronto-based dream pop band Silver Pools.


Inside the Studio


Best season of the year in Toronto

late spring - for all the lilacs, roses, poppies and smoke tree blossoms.

Only thing you need when you leave the house

notebook + pen

Beverage of choice

lapsang souchong

Favourite book

Collages - Anais Nin

Favourite artist(s) right now

Jutta Koether, Etel Adnan, Agnes Varda

Favourite medium

oil painting

Select Past Exhibitions

Listastofan Art Space, Reykjavik
Old Orchard


This Month Only Artspace, The Old Coffin Factory, Toronto
Old Orchard


Likely General, Toronto
Old Orchard


Listastofan Art Space, Reykjavik

Artscape Gibralter Point, Toronto Island


NSCAD University


George Brown College
Certificate in Archival Practices and Records Management

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