Design is Kim Bruce’s background; art, her passion; digital technologies, her tools. Kim is a visual problem solver who helps fellow artists create websites using WordPress.
Kim has presented at WordCamp’s Calgary and Edmonton about using WordPress for fine art. She has also provided seminars on artists’ websites to artist groups such as the Alberta Society of Artists, Red Deer Arts Council and Untitled Arts Society.
Kim is a contributing guest blogger for Alyson Stanfield at artbizblog.com, Fine Art Tips with Lori McNee and writes professional development articles for Visual Arts Alberta.
When Kim isn’t at the computer, you’ll find her in the studio creating art with her own unique visual voice. View her encaustic sculpture at KimBruce.ca
Want to read the long version of why Kim helps artists with WordPress? Ann Hart Marquis wrote a really nice review.
Fine Art notables
Kim has been published in the New York Times in conjunction with a group show at the R & F Gallery in Kingston, N.Y. and the exhibition catalog from the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, Germany. She has also been reviewed in See Magazine, FFWD Magazine and The Gauntlet.
Kim’s work is in the collection of the Alberta Foundations for the Arts, The Grassi Museum and is privately and publicly collected throughout Canada, Australia, Germany and the Netherlands.
Kim Bruce resides and works in the foothills of Alberta just outside the City of Calgary.