- Image of the Day -
"Beach at Noon"
Feature Artist Bio
Kim Morin Weineck - Beach at Noon
Kim Morin Weineck - Marsh Rocks
Kim Morin Weineck - Window Box
Kim Morin Weineck - Welcome Entry
Kim Morin Weineck - Warm Sky
Kim Morin Weineck - Dog Walker
Kim Morin Weineck - Day's End
Kim Morin Weineck - Path at Dusk
Kim Morin Weineck - Setting Sun
Kim Morin Weineck - Water Sparkle
Kim Morin Weineck - Reflections
Kim Morin Weineck - Lit Windows
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary American landscape painter Kim Morin Weineck (born 1971 in Rochester, New York).
Kim is a pastel and oil painter who concentrates on the beauty of interpretive landscapes. She is a juried member of the Pastel Society of America (PSA), Signature Member of the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod (PPSCC), Artist member of various art associations and Founder and Instructor of the Neponset Valley Artists (NVA) her active atelier. Her work was highlighted in The Pastel Journal's vaunted "Pastel 100 " issue in April, 2015. Her piece was selected from 2500+ paintings!
Kim holds a BFA in Fine Art, 2D from Massachusetts College of Art and Design where she graduated with distinction and found her artist-voice studying in Pont-Aven, Brittany, France. Kim has served as Gallery Director at Gallery9, Norwood, MA.
A mother to two young daughters, Kim describes herself as a happy wife struggling to juggle it all, which includes teaching and painting but also making homemade jam for fresh scones in the morning. It's a lot of fun squeezing in time to paint!
Current Exhibitions & Representation
Now Showing at
Liberty Lane, Norfolk, MA
Gallery9, Norwood, MA
South Street Gallery, Hingham, MA
The Drawing Room, Marion, MA
November 4, 2016
Gallery9 First Fridays
October 11, 2016
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Kim Morin Weineck (Born 1971)
"My paintings are an expression of a mindful life through my own creative filter. Each painting has a light story upon which the rest of the painting relies.
As a teacher of painting for adults, my aim is for each student to discover their own unique voice and show them tools to convey what makes their work theirs alone. It's a special trust my students honor me with which I take seriously."