For forty-five years, extensive travels have given Kim ample material to investigate the essence of space and place, with her sketchbook, watercolors and camera at the ready.
The watercolors are often finished plein air works of art, or else studies/references for larger studio pieces. Since moving to the Lowcountry 10 years ago, she embraced her new environment by painting plein air landscapes, mainly in oil paints for their rich color and texture. As Kim says, her artworks are now songs of praise and wonder at the complexities and patterns in God’s natural creations, whether spacious light-filled scenes, tree trunk patterns, or the human body. Her work dovetails with a lifetime interest in conservation; she hopes her art encourages all of us to be better stewards of our very special, but also heavily stressed Lowcountry.
Kim’s beautiful work is not to be missed.Click here to view our full list of Current Hanging Artists