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All artists and patrons of the arts, check out these Artist Opportunities at the Arts Center. Also included on this page are links to other artistic opportunities..
Community Council for the Arts
Developing the Arts
Painting Workshop with Kim English
October 4-October 6, 2016
Download Flyer & Registration Form
Join Kim as he share his painting technique inspired by his extensive travels and reflections on everyday life. This workshop will include demonstrations in studio and outdoors, spontaneous and controlled
studies, and organized and simplistic palettes. Classes
consist of a detailed demonstration, a question and answer session and one-on-one instruction. Students supply their own materials. A supply list will be sent with reservation confirmation. Class size is limited, so participants are encouraged to register early. Workshop supplies are available in the Galleria Gift Shop of the Arts Center.
A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Kim is a graduate of the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and teaches workshops nationally and internationally. He is an accomplished artist of light and shadows, masterfully capturing the beauty of human form and the distinctive environments in which he finds himself. Whether painting the people of pastoral settings or urban locales, Kim creates an intimacy of colors, framing each scene with dimension and physicality.
Thank you to all who have registered; the class is now full!

To be added to the waiting list...please call the Arts Center at 252-527-2517.

Note:  A block of rooms are reserved at Hampton Inn in Kinston , 252-523-1400, under “Arts Center”.  To secure this special rate, reservation must be made by midnight, September 15, 2016.  A 24-hour cancellation notice is required. 
Kim's work has been featured in Figure Drawing Workshop by Carole Katchen, as well as in such magazines as SOUTHWEST ART, AMERICAN ARTIST, and THE ARTIST’S MAGAZINE. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Allied Artists of America’s Gold Medal of Honor, the William Meyerowitz Memorial Award for an American Scene, and both the Certificate of Merit and the Joseph Hartley Memorial Award at Salmagundi Club exhibitions. His work has been exhibited throughout the country, in private and public collections.

When Kim and his artist wife, Andi, are not traveling the globe painting, they make their home in Colorado.

"A Walk in the Sand"
by  Kim English