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Kim Varnadoe

Kimberly Varnadoe, Associate Professor of Art at Salem College, is an active printmaker/photographer who exhibits her work frequently in North Carolina and throughout the Southeast. She specializes in innovative studio techniques, which often combine experimental photography, printmaking and book arts. Kim received her M.F.A with a concentration in Printmaking from The University of Memphis in 1991 and her BFA from The University of South Alabama in 1983.

Kimberly Varnadoe’s recent work consists of large-scale Polaroid emulsion lifts of angel statues photographed on Porte Sant’Angelo in Rome (Bridge of Angels). Kim traveled to Italy in 2005 where she first encountered these Angel statues. She then traveled to New York in the spring of 2009 to attend the 20 x 24 Studio and shoot images using the large-scale Polaroid camera. This was possible due to the support from the 2008-09 Regional Artists Project Grant from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.



Savannah Angel

Savannah Angel

Attic Doorway

Attic Doorway

Memory image

Memory - White House Hotel

Yellow Angel,Rome

Yellow Angel, Rome

long Garden Doorway

Long Garden Doorway with Veil

The Damsel

The Damsel

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Artworks exhibits: November 2018 September 2017, October 2016, October 2015, October 2014, September 2013, June 2012, November 2010, July 2009, May 2008, August 2007, February 2006



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