< Kezliegh



Kezliegh, also known as Amy Merritt is a Canadian new media artist who grew up in Muskoka, a small region north of Toronto, Ontario. She attended the very first Integrated Design course at The Haliburton School of Art + Design in Haliburton Ontario, Canada.
She specializes in contemporary art, often exploring themes of identity and self-expression. Kezliegh’s work often features bright colors and abstract shapes. Her art is heavily influenced by their background in design and their interest in nostalgia. Her work has been featured in several publications and has been shown in galleries internationally.
Kezliegh’s art is a reflection of their own identity and a way of communicating their perspective and experiences with the world.
Kezliegh is currently working hard at becoming a noteworthy artist and producing new work in her small studio in Toronto, Ontario.


Exhibition History

2021- The Holy Art Gallery “Object d’Art” London, England

2021- UNA Studios, Bracebridge, Canada

2021- The Holy Art Gallery “SIMULACRA” London, England (Virtual)

2021- M.A.D.S Gallery “PARAÍSO” Milan, Italy (Virtual)


“Stones” Muskoka Collective Building – Bracebridge, Canada – Acquired 2021

“Foil” Muskoka Collective Building – Bracebridge, Canada – Acquired 2021


“Five-Year Anniversary Edition” Create!Magazine Issue #28


“My art is a form of self-expression where I explore themes of identity, mental health, and the beauty of the natural world. Through my work, I hope to create a space of contemplation and mindfulness. I use digital art to explore the complexities of the human experience. My art is not only a visual representation of my inner world but also a way to connect with others. My goal is to evoke emotion, thoughtfulness, and understanding through my art.”