Karen Grosman's practice ranges from painting, drawing, ceramic sculptures, large scale ceramic art installations and ceramic jewellery.
Her paintings have been exhibited in Toronto and New York. Ceramic sculptures are represented by Coastal Eddy Gallery in Laguna Beach, California, jewellery is available at Made You Look in Toronto and her art installations have been exhibited throughout Toronto, with a current exhibition 300 Cones at Roadside Attractions Window Gallery. Conferences she has participated in include the Feminist Conference at the University of Toronto with a solo show UTSC Feminism at Gallery 1265 and the Ryerson University Midwifery Conference with a group show Birth and its Meaning at Milk Glass Gallery.
Her work has been published in numerous magazines. Recent publications include paintings in Average Art, Emboss and Bloom Magazine and jewellery in Elegant Wedding Magazine.
She holds a BFA from OCAD University. Majoring in Drawing and Painting with a Minor in Art History.
Collections include the corporate law office of Tenenbaum and Solomon, Robert Kananaj Gallery and private collections in New York, Maspeth, Vancouver, Toronto, Nova Scotia, Laguna Beach, Mexico, and Denmark.