Artist Kim Casebeer

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Collectors Say:

"Following her work over time, I have appreciated Kim Casebeer's ability to portray the forms of our land: the gentle rise of hills, back roads draped over distant ridges, languid streams and trees, sentinel or forest.  Her fields, whether green from spring, fully grown, harvested and fading, or resting under snow radiate the season and real temperature."  —  Tom Ashley, Topeka, KS


Kim Casebeer was born and raised in Kansas on a family farm.  As part of a fourth generation farm family, she has been connected to the land for a long time.  Kim still lives in Kansas and draws her inspiration from the simplicity of the Flint Hills, an area of wide open ranch land.  “It’s a simple landscape,” she says. “You have to spend some time and let it speak to you.” These days Kim travels to paint throughout the United States. “I think the simplicity of the Kansas landscape has helped me find the essence of other places.  I’m able to focus on what’s important in a composition.”Kim received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Kansas State University in 1992.  She worked as a graphic designer and art director, while spending evenings and weekends painting until 2002, when she was able to make the leap to full-time artist. Kim has continued to study with artists such as Albert Handell, Elizabeth Mowry, Scott Christensen and Matt Smith.Kim’s work has been featured in magazine articles in American Art Collector (2009 & 2011), Western Art Collector (2010), Southwest Art (2015), Art of the West (2011 & 2018), PleinAir Magazine (2013 & 2018), and Fine Art Connoisseur (2014).  She is featured in the Grand Teton and Yellowstone section of the Art of the National Parks book co-authored by Susan Hallsten McGarry and Jean Stern.  Kim is a Master Signature member of the American Women Artists, and a Signature member of the Pastel Society of America and the Oil Painters of America.  She received Best of Show in a bi-monthly competition, and Honorable Mention in the overall 2012-2013 PleinAir Magazine competition  She won Best of Show at the 2010 Nomadas del Arte National Invitational Exhibit.  She received Honorable Mention in the Landscape Category in [...]

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