Kim Case

Kim Case

Artwork

Counting Lupines
Kim Case

Counting Lupines

Oil on Canvas

18 x 18 in

$2,400.00

Island Sky
Kim Case

Island Sky

Oil on Canvas

30 x 30 in

$2,400.00

The Canoers
Kim Case

The Canoers

Oil on Canvas

24 x 48 in

$4,000.00

A Good Book
Kim Case

A Good Book

Oil on Canvas

8 x 8 in

$650.00

Archipelago Winter
Kim Case

Archipelago Winter

Oil on Canvas

48 x 36 in

$4,000.00

Archipelago Winter (study)
Kim Case

Archipelago Winter (study)

Oil on Canvas

16 x 12 in

$900.00

August on the Isle of Shoals
Kim Case

August on the Isle of Shoals

Oil on Canvas

12 x 12 in

$650.00

End of the Day
Kim Case

End of the Day

Oil on Canvas

6 x 10 in

$450.00

February - Mother and Three Cubs
Kim Case

February - Mother and Three Cubs

Oil on Panel

24 x 20 in

$3,500.00

Fierce Light
Kim Case

Fierce Light

Oil on Canvas

36 x 36 in

$4,500.00

Lilly Pad Ripple
Kim Case

Lilly Pad Ripple

Oil on Canvas

8 x 8 in

$450.00

Little Island Green
Kim Case

Little Island Green

Oil on Canvas

24 x 30 in

$2,800.00

Monhegan View
Kim Case

Monhegan View

Oil on Canvas

8 x 10 in

$450.00

Pear Study
Kim Case

Pear Study

Oil on Canvas

8 x 8 in

$450.00

Pinks
Kim Case

Pinks

Oil on Canvas

8 x 11 in

$450.00

Sky of Flame
Kim Case

Sky of Flame

Oil on Canvas

20 x 14 in

$2,000.00

Summer Wind
Kim Case

Summer Wind

Oil on Canvas

9 x 12 in

$1,200.00

The Ladybug
Kim Case

The Ladybug

Oil on Canvas

14 x 11 in

$2,200.00

Lone Pine
Kim Case

Lone Pine

Oil on Canvas

12 x 12 in

SOLD

Slate Morning
Kim Case

Slate Morning

oil on panel

36 x 36 in

SOLD

Snow at the Salt Cod Cafe
Kim Case

Snow at the Salt Cod Cafe

Oil on Panel

24 x 24 in

SOLD

Thought Cloud
Kim Case

Thought Cloud

Oil on Panel

36 x 36 in

$4,500.00

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Kim Case
Kim Case was formally trained in art history and photojournalism at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University and didn’t even begin painting until 2002. After years spent creating her art behind a camera and in the darkroom, she was first inspired by the plein-air work of the late Don Stone of Mohegan whose work so beautifully depicted the atmosphere and energy of Maine. Today her work is in numerous private collections and she teaches small-group workshops from her studio in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.“At completion, the canvases on the easel are like friends who have shown up for a visit. Though I am consciously involved in the physical task of applying layers of paint, sometimes I drift and the experience is more like a reverse, peeling away layers until something is revealed and I think, ‘Oh, of course, there you are’.”
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