Kim has been creating since she could hold a pencil. No, since she could spread paint around with her hands. Her parents considered her early works contemporary. Her first solo art exhibition was in 1982 when her work was displayed on her family’s avocado-coloured fridge.
As life has a way of doing, Kim's took her away from the arts. For almost twenty years, she didn’t so much as look at a sheet of drawing paper. Then, after searching for an outlet to manage several painful life events, she went back to the thing that felt most natural to her: drawing.
Under the tutelage and encouragement of her art teacher and mentor, Michelle Austen, Kim picked up a paintbrush in 2015 and hasn't looked back. Now a recognized, internationally-sold artist represented by Bluerock Gallery, she divides her time between painting, writing, and helping others get in touch with their creative side.
Her distinctive art focuses on Canada’s stunning landscape and its wildlife.