FORT LEE, N.J. — Oil painter Susan Kim will have her work on display throughout the Fort Lee library in May.
For more than 15 years, Kim has privately explored her passion for painting portraits, still life and works depicting the history of religion primarily utilizing the medium of oils.
She has been influenced by the portrayal of light, color and brushwork of impressionists as well as the depth, luminosity and draftsmanship of the old masters.
After years of painting for her family and friends, Kim has embarked on promoting her artwork publicly, including a permanent exhibit at St. Andrew Church in Westwood.
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