KIM ENGLISH KIM ENGLISH was born in 1957 in Omaha, Nebraska and raised in rural Colorado. He graduated at the Rocky Mountain School of Art, where he has also joined the faculty, and he now teaches at the Denver Art Students League. His work has been widely exhibited. Exhibitions: The Allied Artists of America winning the Gold Medal of Honor The National Academy of Design The Artists of America-Denver Rotary Club NAWA 21st Annual Exhibition Arts for the Parks The Colorado Governor's Invitational - Loveland Museum The A.R. Mitchell Memorial Museum of Western Art The Knickerbocker 42nd Annual Exhibition The Oil Painters of America He won both the Certificate of Merit and the Joseph Hartly Memorial Award at two Salmagundi Club Exhibitions. Mr. English says, “Immediacy is important not only because it is the nature of people, but for me, it is the most instinctive way to paint. The process is like a performance…” Kim's publications and articles include: Southwest Art Magazine "Charmed by the Commonplace" American Artist Magazine "A Moment of Truth" Artists Magazine "Keeping it Simple" Art Talk - Focus and the Review "An Instinctive Way to Paint". Kim receives his inspiration traveling throughout the world, capturing images of everyday life. His years of experience teaching anatomy are apparent in the way he captures the figure so beautifully in so many of his paintings. He is known for his great approach to light and shadow. You may see some of his work featured in the book entitled, Figure Drawing Workshop by Carole Katchen. He is an attentive, gifted painter and a great teacher who is happy to impart his knowledge.