If less is more, then Kim Rose has subtlety down to an art form. Painter, sculptor, drawer, photographer, designer, and at-large fine art artist, the 23-year-old California native’s command of minimalist expression effortlessly traverses mediums in true Renaissance fashion. From drawings that tell stories of femininity and mystique in 3 lines or less, to marble work that manifests a naturalistic tranquility through tone and connection, Kim has cemented herself as a global multidisciplinary force, her art being sold all over the world. Her art has recently expanded into philanthropy — her latest project, Mission Marisol, has raised over $50,000 to aid struggling orphanages and uplift humane organizations throughout Mexico.
What Moves You:
My mom was my biggest inspiration. She always allowed me to create, and taught me the importance of community.
“Currently gathering an army of angels to turn the wounds of this world into wildflowers.”