Kamilla Earlywine is a practicing artist native to rural Utah. She is interested in personal narrative and identity. Her work explores the correlations between memories, objects, places and energy as she aims to discover and preserve the stories within those connections. Her selected exhibitions include Bountiful Davis Art Center: I Am Witness to Your Transformation, UMOCA + Granary Arts: Lawn Gnomes 2020, Lenscratch:The 2020 Self Quarantining Exhibition, Part 2, The Curated Fridge: Spring 2018, Eccles Art Gallery / SLCC, and Snow Art Gallery. She has self-published several books including That Once Was There, exploring the relationship between intimate objects, family, and the history of place. In 2017 Earlywine received the Best-In-Show award for Maternal Identity I at Snow College’s Artists in Residence, Works in Progress group exhibition. Her work has been published in Exponent II and Weeds Literary Journal. Earlywine received an AFA from Snow College in 2019 where she graduated cum laude, was the curator of Lumlux Gallery and worked in the visual arts department as the photography Teaching Assistant. She is currently the Programs Coordinator for Granary Arts and works as a freelance photographer specializing in the documentation of art. She lives with her husband and three sons in Provo, UT where she enjoys practicing yoga and gardening.