In the Studio – Sketching on Paper

In the Studio – Sketching on Paper

I try to get into the studio every day, at least for a few minutes. Some days that means flipping on the light before dawn while I drink my coffee, grabbing a quick look at whatever I’ve got in progress before heading off to whatever damned thing is going to keep me away from my […]

Goodbye Now Sweet Summer

Goodbye Now Sweet Summer

It’s been a spectacularly beautiful summer here. I’ve hung both I Am The Sailor and Wild White Veils in my living room – it makes me feel like I’m swimming in the cool sparkling waters of the lake near my home. Just like the rippling waters of a lake or the ocean, these paintings are complex, dark, moody […]

Upcoming Show, New Work and Some Summer Fun In the Sun

Come see my newest work at the Arundel Art Show this Saturday, August 17th, from 10 until 4.

I wrote a zine!

I wrote a zine!

Posted by Kim on March 5, 2019 in Art Zine

Hey there, I wrote an art zine! If you’d like to get the free e-version, just sign up for my mailing list HERE. In addition to my very first art zine, you’ll receive my newsletter every month or two. You’ll get the first glimpse of my newest paintings as well as my latest news and exclusive […]

The Art of Improv

The Art of Improv

I’m featured this week on Jen Broemel’s site, The Art of Improv. Check out the interview to read about how improvisation is an important part of my work. And if you love fiber arts as much as I do, check out Jen’s gorgeously textured art quilts and textile collages on her website: http://www.jenbroemel.com

New Year, New Ideas

New Year, New Ideas

Posted by Kim on January 23, 2019 in Ideas

Over the last few years, I’ve realized that I don’t get much done in terms of actually making anything in January. I used to give myself a hard time about it, but I realized now that there’s just no use feeling guilty about it, and besides, a lot of what happens during the year comes […]

Bye Bye 2018

Bye Bye 2018

I like to take some time at the end of every year to reflect on how things have gone, what I might have done better, what was unexpected, what I’m most proud of and grateful for, as well as what I’m looking forward to for the year to come. I’m definitely most proud of the […]

Published!

Published!

I’m super happy to announce that Blank Spaces Magazine has published an interview on my work in their December issue. The interview discusses my inspiration, influences and process, and showcases several paintings from my Mare Incognitum series. I love this gorgeous full colour magazine – it’s chock full of great fiction, poetry, visual arts features, interviews, […]

A Walk In The Woods, Painting and Inspiration

A Walk In The Woods, Painting and Inspiration

Snow has fallen early in my little corner of the world, but I wanted to share some of the sights and insights that have been inspiring me lately. I’ve been finishing up the work I was doing over the summer, which more often than not just means letting the paintings sit for awhile, until they […]

New Paintings: Mare Incognitum

New Paintings: Mare Incognitum

“Water is formless. Yet the lack of form implies neither chaos nor fragmentation. Water enjoys the purest unity, a seamlessness that can never be torn. The hydrogen within it accounts for its magical ability to stay congealed.” – John O’Donoghue   I’ve recently completed several paintings that I’ve been working on since spring. The two […]