Laine Eustergerling is a local artist who has been calling Fort McMurray home since 2006. Her work is a mix of traditional techniques with modern influences, mostly Pop Surrealism, Art Nouveau, and Japanese Shoujo Manga, with provocative subject matters. In each and every piece she creates, she makes it a point to add a huge amount of beauty and magic. She considers herself an advocate for the voiceless, and through art, she expresses her thoughts and feelings into her pieces.
In June 2015, her works were featured in a solo exhibition called “Metamorphose: A Study in Contradiction” at Macdonald Island Park Gallery. She has also contributed to various group exhibitions.