VISUAL ARTIST

KIM HURT

Concert: Isidore String Quartet

Friday, March 21 AT 7:30PM

ART EXHIBITION FOLLOWING CONCERT

The Artist

Kim Hurt is an artist, curator, and art consultant from Jacksonville, Florida. A third-generation photographer born and raised in Texas, she studied sculpture and photography at Abilene Christian University. Through surreal depictions of the human form Kim seeks to prompt the viewer to look inward and examine attitudes toward purity, nature, isolation and the longing for connection.

Since moving to Florida from West Texas Kim has been fascinated by the diversity of local plant life, turning the specimens she finds on hikes into mixed media cyanotypes.

Cyanotypes are made using one of the oldest photographic printing processes and involves coating paper or fabric with light sensitive iron salts and exposing it to UV light. Cyanotypes can be made with or without a camera and my cyanotypes are often made using both photographic negatives and found objects placed directly on the coated paper.

Kim is a former photography instructor at Texas State Technical College in Brownwood, previous gallery director of ARTSee & Shop and currently maintains a professional photography studio in Jacksonville, FL while serving as the Exhibit Chair of FemArt Gallery in Riverside.

In addition to its outstanding concerts and educational outreach programs, BFAS also presents an art exhibition from a regional visual artist at each home concert.

Works are showcased at the concert and at the reception following each concert. Concert attendees are able to meet the artists at the reception. The exhibition remains in place for several weeks and works are available for purchase.

VENUE
465 11th Avenue North
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

VISUAL ARTIST

KIM HURT

Concert: Isidore String Quartet

Friday, Mar. 21 – 7:30PM

ART EXHIBITION
FOLLOWING CONCERT

In addition to its outstanding concerts and educational outreach programs, BFAS also presents an art exhibition from a regional visual artist at each home concert.

Works are showcased at the concert and at the reception following each concert. Concert attendees are able to meet the artists at the reception. The exhibition remains in place for several weeks and works are available for purchase.

VENUE
465 11th Avenue North
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

The Artist

Kim Hurt is an artist, curator, and art consultant from Jacksonville, Florida. A third-generation photographer born and raised in Texas, she studied sculpture and photography at Abilene Christian University. Through surreal depictions of the human form Kim seeks to prompt the viewer to look inward and examine attitudes toward purity, nature, isolation and the longing for connection.

Since moving to Florida from West Texas Kim has been fascinated by the diversity of local plant life, turning the specimens she finds on hikes into mixed media cyanotypes.

Cyanotypes are made using one of the oldest photographic printing processes and involves coating paper or fabric with light sensitive iron salts and exposing it to UV light. Cyanotypes can be made with or without a camera and my cyanotypes are often made using both photographic negatives and found objects placed directly on the coated paper.

Kim is a former photography instructor at Texas State Technical College in Brownwood, previous gallery director of ARTSee & Shop and currently maintains a professional photography studio in Jacksonville, FL while serving as the Exhibit Chair of FemArt Gallery in Riverside.

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