Series: Bird on a Wire
Signature: Artist signed
Image rights: Artist copyright
first presented at Rhode Island School of Design in 2013 as part of the artist's 'Bird on a Wire' exhibition.
Cerulean Warbler Dendroica cerulea - Bird - by Jane Kim, who inspires people to love and protect the Earth one work of art at a time. Jane Kim is one of the nations most sought after and in demand contemporary conservation / preservation artists, with a background in science illustration.
This Audabon inspired painting features the realistic bird atop a wooden panel, with a scientific inventory tag attached with masking tape. The tag is painted with an egg that the bird was hatched from, and the tag is movable / interactive. The artist fabricated framing is painted in a shiny shiny black enamel over a classic moulding, creating the highly contemporary Jane Kim constructed mixed media work. Media include, acrylic paint, latex, wooden panel, frame, black enamel, paper and ink. The painting is wired and ready to hang. The work of art is 16 x 12 1/2 inches.
Jane Kim was a recent Artist in Residence with her non(NATIVE) series of paintings at the de Young Museum of Art in San Francisco, that considered relationships between native and non-native species. In 2015 Kim created the world's largest Ornithology mural — So Simple a Beginning — at Cornell University Lab of Ornithology. The mural is 70 x 40 feet and depicts the evolution and diversity of birds in the Visitor Center, Ithaca, NY. Jane Kim's Migrating Murals span the Eastern Sierra, and her fine art paintings are collected Internationally.
Currently in California
About Ink Dwell (Jane Kim)
b. 1981, Evanston, IL, United States, based in California, United States