began her career as a painter and is a graduate of Cooper Union.
She has been working in clay for over fifteen years, having
discovered the medium best expresses her artistic vision. Her
range of work includes tall open vessels, deep bowls and altered
sculptural forms. Kim uses the two dimensional line to give
her shapes visual form and strength, while her organic, hand-coiling
technique and gently worked surfaces give her forms life. The
space contained in her vessels balances deftly with their vegetative
and marine inspired radiating, decorative patterns. Kim often
wood fires her pots to achieve a thoughtful unity of surface
and design. Her quiet aesthetic offers a tactile link between
the individual and nature and adds beauty to any space.