Lynde Point Lighthouse
Kim Muller-Thym lives in Old Saybrook, CT, a stone's throw from Old Lyme, known for being the most famous early impressionist art colony in America, including such masters as Willard Metcalf, Childe Hassam and William Chadwick. Both the history and beauty of this area inspire Kim. She seeks coastal scenery as it is affected by light, weather and the season. She and her husband spend summers in Nova Scotia, where Kim loves painting the rugged shoreline. They feel best living close to water.
Kim's work is exhibited regularly in juried shows: the Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport's International Exhibition (2005-2006), winning the 2006 John Stobart Award (Plein air painting recognized for uniqueness of style, quality of light and atmosphere), the Lyme Art Association (2004-2007), Scottsdale Artists School (2005), the Academic Artists Association 57th National Exhibition of Contemporary Realism in Art (2005 and 2007), winning the Harriet Lumis Award in 2007, Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition (2005). She is a member of the Salmagundi Art Club in Manhattan. She is an elected member and on the advisory committee of the Lyme Art Association, the mission of which is to carry on the time-honored tradition of representational art. Her paintings sell in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Nova Scotia.SOLD. If you would like to inquire about the availability of other works by this artist, please contact the gallery.