My work is sculptural in nature, non-functional and highly intuitive.
Kimberly was drawn to making unusual things at an early age. In the sixties she made edible bugs and worms with Mattel’s Incredible Edibles - watching for hours as the heated gel hardened into permanent objects.
Today she explores darker topics: mental asylums, school shootings, silencing women, the refugee plight and domestic violence. Her message is conveyed through eerie porcelain sculptures - a much more finicky medium than gel.
After a 25-year marketing career Kimberly recently graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA to pursue her dream of becoming a full time artist.
Her work continues to be scheduled in multiple solo exhibitions in 2022 and 2023 (see "home" section) as well as in numerous group gallery and museum exhibitions.