Kaleigh Marie Fitzgerald is a Canadian born, Atlanta based artist who recently graduated from Georgia State University in May of 2018 with a BFA in Drawing and Painting and a Minor in Spanish. While still in university, Kaleigh studied art and language internationally, receiving her Spanish minor while studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain, and attending an artist residency in Greece lead by Craig Dongoski. 

Kaleigh combines traditional oil painting and sculptural installations to examine the powerful symbolic and symbiotic relationship between humans and their environment and to subsequently bring to life the allegorical spaces existing within the subconscious. Kaleigh has shown her artwork in various group exhibitions around Atlanta and in Greece at galleries such as MINT, Mammal, The Bakery, Day & Night Projects, and the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture.



2018 Georgia State University. BFA in Drawing and Painting. Minor in Spanish.



2017 Dean’s List Award, Georgia State University, Fall Semester

2018 Dean’s List Award, Georgia State University, Spring Semester


Group Exhibitions:

2017 Homage, Mammal Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2018 BFA Exhibition, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA

2018 Aleatoric Transmission,The Bakery, Atlanta, GA

2018 RadiOpolis Exhibition, Ionion Center for Arts and Culture, Kefalonia, Greece

2018 Eternal Recurrence, MINT Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2018 Lore, PULP, Atlanta, GA

2018 Group Exhibition, Day & Night Projects, Atlanta, GA



2015 Barcelona, Spain. API Program.

2018 Master Class in Art & Technology with Craig Dongoski, Kefalonia, Greece


Work in Galleries: 

2017 Wieland Collection, wareHOUSE 

2017 Day and Night Projects

2018 Mint Gallery


Other work experience:

2019 Art Papers