Kim's work is essentially about the landscape but her response to the environment is emotional rather than pictorial. " I am interested in studying small details and in recording my own responses to nature and the elements. Throughout my career my work has become more and more abstract as I try to capture the ephemeral images of light in the landscape. Light reflected, refracted, diffused, diluted, scattered and fractured. "
Initially Kim records her observations in pencil or water colour and then develops them as charcoal drawings, oil paintings, collages or acrylic paintings.
Paintings and drawings for sale.
Visitors welcome by appointment
19 Red Lion Lane