Serina Timperio is an interdisciplinary Canadian artist with an interest in the intersection between the art and science, especially integrated approaches in cancer care. She explores themes of recovery and resilience in her work, particularly as they apply to the human body and mind. Her work also delves into the role that intercultural holistic health practices play in healing.
Serina has spoken about the healing benefits of art at the Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare, one of the largest health conferences in Ontario. She also exhibited her work at the inaugural Jacalyn Duffin Health and Humanities Conference in Kingston.
Born in Windsor, Ontario, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Queen’s University in 2018 where she received the Andre Bieler Prize and the Kathleen L. Healey Prize. In 2018, she was nominated by a jury of professional artists for the BMO 1st Art competition. Serina’s work is held in private collections in the United States and Canada.