Kim Hill's work brings a unique flair to the North American art market. Her sensitive depiction of light and color emphasizes the richness of the world around us.
Her formal art education includes study at the Paier School of Art (Hamden, Connecticut) the American Academy of Art (Chicago, Illinois) and the Atelier (Minneapolis, Minnesota).
In recent years, Kim has also participated en plein air studies with the Outdoor Landscape Painters' Society. Kim has been a member of the Women Artists of the West, American Society of Cultural Realism, Oil Painters of America, The Pastel Society of the Southwest, the Outdoor Oil Painter's Society and the Portrait Society of America.
Kim has won many awards in local, regional and international shows, including Salon International 2002 - 2008 International Contemporary Masters of Fine Art, Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, Texas. She also garnered an award in the 2007 North American Miniature Show, Top 40, Greenwich, Connecticut and won both the CAP Award (purchase award) and a Gold Medal in other media at the Bosque National Art Competition in Clifton, Texas.