Amelia Rankine is an illustrator from Oshawa. Working in oil painting, watercolour and digital art, she is interested in narratives and how art serves as visual storytelling. She has focused on exploring topics of experience, texture and tangibility in her thesis, ultimately creating a self-portrait in many parts. Her illustrations are featured in the Undergraduate Review, The Globe and Mail, and The Queen’s Journal. She has worked in public programming at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. She will be graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art with a minor in Art History in 2020, after which she plans on pursuing a career in illustration.