Reinventing An Artistic Identity: Digital Artist Kim Thore

Reinventing An Artistic Identity: Digital Artist Kim Thore

9:19am Jul 20, 2015
"Love Rain Over Me."
Kim Thore

Kim Thore became an artist at an early age (eight, to be exact). She has trained in everything from watercolor to drawing, pastels and sculpture. In her 30's, she took a break from producing art, but found ways to engage her creative energy in a more corporate realm, through design, marketing, and public relations. 

In 2014 her home flooded and Thore lost her entire portfolio. Though discouraged, Thore's need to create didn't disappear. It was then that she discovered digital art.

Thore is teaching a class in digital art at the Sawtooth School for Visual Art where you can learn a variety of digital design and collage techniques. Participants will engage with digital programs including Adobe Photoshop, Pixlr, FotoFlexer, and PicMonkey. The class runs July 27th to the 29th. You can also see Thore's work at Inter_Section Gallery beginning on August 7th at the gallery hop in Winston-Salem. The show will be on display through September. 
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