Author Archives: Kim

High Art

I have been very fortunate to have had a few studio visits over my career. The last one is of considerable note but before you get all glad on me; even though it lasted 3 hours, alas it did not lead to representation. But he was very generous with his time and for that I […]

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Cruciform

Taking a number of the same pieces that were used in the “In Line” installation this arrangement resembles a cruciform. I will be showing this installation at my exhibit “Off the Wall” at the VAAA Gallery where I plan on taking some photographs so you can see it in scale.  The install is 62″ x […]

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Shipping Art

Shipping art to the U.S. and getting it back again. It’s the getting it back that’s the tough part. I had 5 pieces in an exhibition in New York a few years ago. After the show was over and the gallery shipped it back, the work was stopped at the border. Customs would not release […]

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Brushes

In 2007 I started working with brushes; hair brushes.  The concept seems rather obvious – hair and brushes. I found some basic brushes at the drug store that I used originally and they had a flexible base that I could pull the hair through with a crochet hook. Tedious job that and a bit messy […]

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