Christine Kim is an artist based in Toronto, Canada, who plays with different mediums to better express her creative soul. From illustration to cut paper collage and architecture, her work is a stunning reflection of her interests. Incredibly meticulous, Christine Kim's appreciation for the paper medium began at a young age.
Recently interviewed by filmmaker Jesse Brass for a series called Making Art, Christine Kim shares what inspires her work. She specifically talks about the architecture of cathedrals, its concentration on the power of light as well as its sacred quality. Christine Kim also focuses on the face, especially the female face. She says, "There are definitely moments when you are stuck in a fog and can't see you way out of it." In a way, she captures this feeling.
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