Water marbling is an ancient art form called Suminagashi or “floating ink” that began in Japan during the 10th century. Around the 15th century, another form of marbling called Ebru or “clouds on water” evolved in Turkey and Pursia. Kim leverages traditional Ebru techniques with her own flair to create stunning digital patterns and designs.

Water-Marbling

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Kim’s abstract multi-media digital pieces are richly pigmented and filled with vibrant colors and textures. She pulls from traditional and contemporary techniques resulting in organic, striking works of art.

Abstract Multi-Media

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Express yourself and define your space with an original, unique, one-of-a-kind piece signed by Kim. Looking for something custom? Just reach out—Kim will work with you to create perfectly beautiful artwork that captures your style and aesthetic.

Originals

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Make your interior a work of art with Kim’s affordable originals, prints, and digital downloads that fit any décor and style!

Celebrate an important moment in your life or a loved ones with thoughtful, wearable art! Whether worn, used as a table runner, framed, or tied to a purse; our signature scarves are soft, lightweight, and personally hand-marbled by the artist. 

Textiles

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Alcohol ink is a quick drying, richly pigmented, and acid-free medium that allows for easy layering and pattern manipulation. With only a little coaxing, alcohol inks travel around in beautiful ways for stunning and swirling designs. The best part about alcohol ink is that it can be used on a multitude of surfaces which means endless possibilities for amazing designs and gorgeous creations! 

Alcohol ink

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Express yourself and define your space with an original, unique, one-of-a-kind piece signed by Kim. Looking for something custom? Just reach out—Kim will work with you to create perfectly beautiful artwork that captures your style and aesthetic.

ORIGINALS

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Water marbling is an ancient art form called Suminagashi or “floating ink” that began in Japan during the 10th century. Around the 15th century, another form of marbling called Ebru or “clouds on water” evolved in Turkey and Pursia. Kim leverages traditional Ebru techniques with her own flair to create stunning digital patterns and designs.

Water-Marbling

Kim’s abstract multi-media digital pieces are richly pigmented and filled with vibrant colors and textures. She pulls from traditional and contemporary techniques resulting in organic, striking works of art.

ABSTRACT MULTI-MEDIA

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Make your interior a work of art with Kim’s affordable originals, prints, and digital downloads that fit any décor and style!

Celebrate an important moment in your life or a loved ones with thoughtful, wearable art! Whether worn, used as a table runner, framed, or tied to a purse; our signature scarves are soft, lightweight, and personally hand-marbled by the artist. 

TEXTILES

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Acrylic Pouring is a popular technique where acrylic paints are mixed with a pouring medium and (you guessed it!) poured onto a canvas. Similar to marbling in terms of style acrylic pouring results in an organic, colorful, and abstract piece of art that is filled with vibrant colors and reminiscent of the natural elements of the world. 

Acrylic Pouring

Alcohol ink is a quick drying, richly pigmented, and acid-free medium that allows for easy layering and pattern manipulation. With only a little coaxing, alcohol inks travel around in beautiful ways for stunning and swirling designs. The best part about alcohol ink is that it can be used on a multitude of surfaces which means endless possibilities for amazing designs and gorgeous creations! 

Alcohol ink

Abstract Acrylic Paintings

Watermarbled Imprints

Watermarbled Paper