Archive for October, 2017

Courier Mail story on Kim

Posted on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Here is an article from the Courier Mail, a short biography of Kim and the influences on her as an artist.

It covers a little bit of the background to her new book, Coral Sea Dreaming.

I love the ocean. Its force and beauty inspires me, calms me and fascinates me. Through my books and silk art I want to capture its beauty and help educate our next generation about the importance of its preservation.

Coral Sea Dreaming is my 11th book and is a product of my lifelong love of the ocean, my fascination with the incredible beauty and diversity of coral reefs and my admiration of David Hannan’s stunning underwater cinematography.

View the full article from Courier Mail 10th Oct 2017

2017 Artists for Conservation Festival

Posted on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

The 2017 Artists for Conservation Festival presented by RE/MAX is returning to Vancouver this November. Rounding out the multi-day event will be live music, films, live birds of prey, live art demos, kids crafts and workshops.

Main Festival Venue:
Nov 10-13 | Festival Open to Public | VanDusen Botanical Garden (Free admission to exhibit and most activities)

Ticketed Events:
Oct 21 (7-10pm) | Festival Preview Evening | Capilano University’s Blueshore Centre for Performing Arts. Register for Free.

Nov 9 (7-10pm) | Grand Opening Reception | VanDusen Botanical Garden
Buy Tickets ($75pp early bird), $110 after Nov 21.

Workshops
Nov 10 | Introduction to Silk Painting with Master Silk Painter, Kim Toft
Nov 11 | Drawing Techniques with Master Wildlife Artist, Terry Isaac Register Now

Find out more by visiting the festival website.

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