Kim Carlino, Northampton

Kim describes herself as an interventionist, mining the space between painting and drawing. She explores the evolutionary nature of mark making and relationships between color, geometry, line and form. Her work playfully employs shifts of scale, opticality, illusion and disillusion of space and a nonlinear construction of time in hopes of finding equanimity in disparate elements. Kim’s work is represented in several galleries, and she has done public murals in Springfield, Easthampton and New York City.