Eunice Kim is a Korean-born artist based in the Pacific Northwest.
Kim's work is visual study and investigation informed by memories and tendencies both cultural and personal, as well as objects and rituals of everyday life, particularly those of her childhood in Korea. Employing repetitive dot marks as building blocks of imagery, Kim explores patterns and relationships, theme and variation, intersection of structure and chance, and the interplay between individual and collective.
The artist is internationally recognized for her work with collagraphs and commitment to research and development in safer, sustainable approach to printmaking that utilizes nontoxic techniques. She has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States and abroad, including Bulgaria, China, Egypt, France, Korea, Spain, and United Kingdom. In fall of 2012, Kim, joined by 17 other American artists, represented the United States at the prestigious Krakow International Print Triennial, an exhibition widely regarded as one of the most prominent and influential events in contemporary world printmaking.
Kim earned her BA from California State University, Long Beach and has completed post-baccalaureate graduate course work at San Francisco State University. The artist is a recipient of numerous awards, including Artist Residency at the Frans Masereel Center in Belgium, an auspices of Flemish Ministry of Culture, and most recently, Individual Artist Projects Grant from 4Culture, cultural services agency for King County, Washington. Kim's work is found in public, corporate, and private collections worldwide. She is represented by galleries in Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle.