Kimberly Zebrowski is a recent grad from the Hartford Art School with a BFA in Media Arts and a minor in Art History. Kimberly likes to work with a diverse set of mediums including video, installation, painting, and sequential art. She can be contacted at: email@example.com
I belong to an artist group with some of my classmates and colleagues: OffBeat Artist Collective (click the link under my banner to see our current or past projects)
This blog has both my own art and other amazing artists who's work captivates and inspires me. I've always been encouraged to create and continue a dialogue for art, it's meaning and it's cause, and I continue to do so with this blog.
If you check out the sidebar to your right on my website (kimberlyzart.com), you’ll find some monthly comics, web comics and artbook features of things that I’m reading/are into right now. I’m going to make a page to archive all my features but check it out if you’re looking for some recs. All the links are there. I’m going to be adding more soon~
HEY, YOU WITH THE FACE!
IT’S EMILY CARROLL’S SUPER-DEF POSTER FOR SPX 2014!
Leveled off from that San Diego Comic-Con rush?
Good, because starting RIGHT NOW we’re kicking off a fight to the finish for the 2014 Small Press Expo. You’ve got about six weeks to get your mind right for the biggest and best independent comics festival in the country.
All of the details for SPX 2014 are listed above on our event poster created by the INCOMPARABLE EMILY CARROLL. We’re so lucky to have Emily joining us as a special guest this year and to have her contribute her talents to our damn-fool idealistic crusade. Not familiar with Emily? Her latest work - and first printed volume, Through the Woods was just reviewed on NPR. Give a listen!
We hope you’ll pay us a visit in September.
Aside from the most congenial, rollicking, drinking-from-the-firehose indie comics event you can imagine, every one of you who attends directly supports the SPX mission - promoting, protecting and preserving independent comics (more about that later…).
See you soon - and, if you don’t mind - help us spread the word!
Very excited for SPX this year! First year going as an attendee and not an exhibitor but I can’t wait to see all those comics!
To be continued….
Something I did for the “Thank You” section of booklet for my senior thesis exhibition back in May.