"She uses the world around her as her subject. She doesn't discriminate.
There is beauty in the imperfectness of nature-that is what she stands for in her artwork"
Kim is building a barn of her own design with her own hands, incorporating materials having significant meaning, as well as windows she finds at the dump. Her drafting table sits firmly on the sturdy trunk of her grandfather’s apple tree, and she’s hand crafting louvered window treatments that will cast sunlight into the space. The loft’s center support beam was freehand chainsaw milled from a tree by Kim’s husband, John. Kim built the barn’s stone foundation and set support beams in rock and concrete mounded footings.