Katrine Burkitt is a Boston-based painter, film/videomaker and multimedia artist. Originally from Cape Cod, Katrine began her artistic career studying under master plein air painter Rosalie Nadeau, and later studied figure painting under Provincetown artist Jim Peters for nearly 10 years. She later went on to pursue a dual-degree in Painting and SIM (The Studio for Interrelated Media) at the Massachusetts College of Art. She earned her B.F.A. from Massart in December 2009, graduating with Distinction and Departmental Honors.
For the past decade, Katrine has been exploring portraiture almost exclusively, painting over 50 oil portraits from life of her friends and family, as well as experimenting with “video portraits” and other forms of personal documentary. Katrine is currently living and working in Jamaica Plain, MA. Recent exhibitions and screenings include: Short & Sweet (The Wildlife Preserve Outdoor Screening Series, Cambridge, MA), Hey I Know That Guy (Washington Street Art Center, Somerville, MA), Emerging Artists in Massachusetts (Mass. State Transportation Building, Boston), Brick and Mortar Film Festival (Greenfield, MA), MassArt Film Society (Boston, MA), In the Realm of the Senses (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Australia), Video Lounge (Gallery 51, North Adams, MA), and People That I Love (Godine Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston).