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Sélina is an emerging multidisciplinary artist from the suburbs of Montréal who finds inspiration in dried flowers, torn fabrics, shattered glass and light; reflections & shadows. Her work, which was featured in local and online exhibitions, is mostly, if not exclusively, made of recycled and thrifted materials as she believes in creating without breaking the bank (or the Earth).

Both her classroom & self-studies focus on visual communication; whether it be through graphic layouts, photographs, linoleum prints, and much more.

She attempts to combine traditional and digital art in her everyday work - with some success.