The work of Korean-born, Seattle artist Eunice Kim was displayed from Sept. 7–29 at Davidson Galleries. Internationally known for her signature dot-based imagery, Kim showcased an all-new body of work sourcing reclaimed wood as the material and inspiration. When the artist and her husband tore down a dilapidated barn on their rural studio grounds, she […]
By Jocelyn Moore Northwest Asian Weekly Walking into Davidson Galleries at Pioneer Square in October, you will likely find people connecting the dots at Eunice Kim’s latest printmaking exhibition, “2005-2015: Ten Year Survey.” The exhibition is both a celebration and display of Kim’s journey in creating art by using a nontoxic technique to achieve a […]
Eunice Kim was awarded a 2015 4Culture Art Projects grant. Kim lives and maintains a studio in the Cascade foothills of Ravensdale, a small town located in Southeast King County. For more than a decade, Kim has been committed to a safer, sustainable approach to printmaking that utilizes nontoxic techniques. Her art will be featured […]
Seattle-area artist Eunice Kim represented the United States in the International Print Triennial – Krakow 2012, held at the Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki in Krakow, Poland. The exhibit was on view from Sept. 15 through Oct. 31.