Employing repetitive dot marks as building blocks of imagery, Kim's work is visual study and investigation informed by cultural, personal, and formative experiences. The artist works exclusively in her chosen medium of collagraphy and is committed to research and development in safety conscious approach to printmaking that utilizes sustainable, nontoxic techniques.
Kim earned her BA from California State University, Long Beach and has completed post-baccalaureate graduate course work at San Francisco State University. She has been widely exhibited throughout the United States and abroad, including Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Egypt, France, Korea, Poland, Spain, and United Kingdom. Her works are held in public, corporate, and private collections worldwide, and is represented by galleries in Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle. The artist is a recipient of numerous accolades, including multiple 4Culture Grants, Arts Council for Long Beach Individual Artist Grant, Flemish Ministry of Culture Artist Residency Award, Kala Art Institute Fellowship Award, The Puffin Foundation Grant, and Puffin Foundation West Grant.
She lives and maintains studio in the Cascade foothills of rural Seattle.
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