Kristina Libby's work has been discussed and reviewed in the New York Times, Washington Post, NY Post, NY Magazine, NBC, ABC, FOX amongst many others. Notably, her public art series "The Floral Heart Project" was cited as the catalyst for the introduction of COVID-19 memorial legislation in both the US Congress and with the US Congress of Mayors.


Her pieces have been featured at the Arizona Historical Society Museum, One Community Museum, and the Milwaukee Art Museum.


She holds a B.A. from Dalhousie University and a M.A. from the University of Denver. She currently resides in NYC where she is also a writer and technology executive.

Libby has been selected for:

  • SPRING/BREAK (2021)

  • Remembering 9/11, Art Students League (2021)

  • Mudhouse Residency, Greece (2021)

  • Spreadlight Gallery, NYC

  • Create Because We Care Exhibit

  • Reine Gallery x World Women Foundation 

Other accolades: 

  • Named a Hero of 2020 


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