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Eunice Kim

County: King County




Grants for Artists' Progress (GAP) 2021
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Eunice Kim is a Korean-born, Ravensdale-based printmaker who employs experimental pathways found at the intersection of rigorous minimalist aesthetic, innovative technique, and singular commitment to sustainable methodologies. Best known for her meticulously realized dot-based imagery, artist’s newest work finds material and inspiration in reclaimed wood.

Eunice has been widely exhibited throughout US and abroad, including Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Egypt, France, Poland, South Korea, Spain, and United Kingdom. She is a recipient of numerous awards, among them multiple 4Culture Grants, Alaska Percent for Art Commission, Arts Council for Long Beach Individual Artist Grant, Flemish Ministry of Culture Residency Award, Kala Art Institute Fellowship Award, The Puffin Foundation Grants, and Puffin Foundation West Grants.

With a creative practice spanning more than 25 years thus far, Eunice has devoted nearly two decades exclusively to nontoxic, eco-friendly processes which push the boundaries of her genre. Most recently in 2021, she was featured in “Tipping Point: Climate, Environment, Innovation, and Revolution” issue of Mid-America Print Council Journal exploring current zeitgeist of climate crisis from perspective of printmaking discipline. Also this year, five prints from artist’s vast repertoire were purchased by the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. for acquisition into its Fine Prints Collection.

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