Kim Carlino is an interdisciplinary artist living in Western Massachusetts. She studied art at the New School and the Drawing Room in NYC and received her Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She has exhibited locally as well as participated in group shows in NYC. Her work explores themes of repetition, meditation and cosmology. Her current works seeks harmony between the natural world and the constructed environment.
Thanks for the kind words. Yes, my prints are almost exclusively using the Japanese method. I have no press and work from a home-based studio, so that method works really well for me. What media have you used in the work posted here?
I am fine. I didn't like the program very much. But I am doing work that I enjoy now. I am a sub at Amherst Montessori school and am organizing the skill share with C3. I will definitely come to the opening. I know someone else who is participating. See you then.