Canadian Artist

Shackleton drips, pours and layers liquid paint to depict our uncertain future – be it utopian or apocalyptic. 

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Public Art

Painting Technique

Shackleton's innovative painting technique has captured the imagination of millions online. She applies paint with squeezes bottles and manipulates the falling drips with water spritzers and, most often, by rotating the canvas. Natural forms emerge from this organic paint application that mimics how environments are actually created, through forces such as gravity and rain erosion. In contrast, urban imagery is built up with architectural precision. Paint is dripped in straight lines that are meticulously pre-planned using tools such as a ruler and level.

Prints & Products


Shackleton creates custom work for those who would like a specific size, colour palette and/or location incorporated into their urban landscape painting. She has completed over 60 commissions, which now live in museums, boardrooms, corporate office spaces and private homes.

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