Kimberly Brooks

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Kimberly Brooks is a Contemporary American painter whose works have been exhibited internationally and showcased in numerous juried exhibitions with artist curators including Chris Burden, Mira Schor and Museum curators from the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Her work has received international press and she was recently a featured artist for the National Endowment for the Arts. Brooks is the author of Oil Painting: Safe Practices, Materials and Supplies: The Essential Guide, published by Griffith Moon. A tireless advocate of painting solvent-free, Brooks is an award-winning educator and recipient of the Franklyn Leigel Award for Teaching Excellence, Brooks conducts workshops around the country including at Otis School of Art and Design and The Anderson Ranch Art Center in Colorado.  Brooks’ conducts an online program Oil Painting: Fluency and Flow for a limited number of students.

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“Hayride” from Technicolor Summer, when Claire was only 6 years old
Thriving in the New Normal//

Venturing Out for the First Time

by Kimberly Brooks
Courtesy of Syda Productions / Shutterstock

How Painting Stops Time

by Kimberly Brooks

Why I’m Marching

by Kimberly Brooks

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