Kim at twelve won ‘THE YOUNG ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARD’. She studied art at Tuson College and Preston Polytechnic. Following this she gained an honours degree at Nottingham University in furniture design.
Her career followed a designer’s path and worked on many prestigious projects including the BBC production of Alice in Wonderland. Involved in model making, design, stained glass & manufacturing, Kim developed a diverse skill set, gaining a range of influences. These are evident in her paintings where she portrays the beauty of light and shade amongst the depth & texture of the British landscape in a bold impressionistic style. One often feels on the periphery of a scene or a moment in time, as Kim places the viewer in her shoes and we can almost hear the leaves rustle, the birds singing and the wind whistling, giving a sense of waiting for something to happen.