I’m delighted that the Sheffield Star newspaper have covered my exhibition on page 12 of today’s paper.
Here’s the press release issued about the project:
Designed to Inspire – Art Exhibition
Kimberley Kay, working as ‘Inspire by Kim’, has developed a range of ‘Everyday Inspiration’ products – exhibited at The Workstation Gallery in Sheffield this week.
Kim explained, “I create to inspire and uplift people, with bright designs and delightful fabrics that add colour to everyday routines.”
“At Sheffield College I’ve explored creative ways to communicate, studied textile techniques and developed pattern designs. I honed manufacturing skills to make a delightful product range of bags, clothing and accessories. The products come together in a catalogue to engage retailers and customers.
“I share my work in progress through my website, Facebook page and Instagram feed, which provides feedback for the development of my products. The digital world means its possible to reach out to people globally, if people can feel a little happier from seeing my work that’s a wonderful thing.”
“My goal is to have a successful art business of commissioned work, illustration, products, and inspiring, creative workshops for local people. I’m determined so it’s a matter of keeping going forwards, step by step.”
Kim has been studying with Design & Visual Arts Department at the Hillsborough Campus of Sheffield College. The end of year exhibition covers Art & Design, Games Design, Graphic Design and Photography and takes place at The Workstation, until 8pm on Thursday 15th June.
Kim’s cheesegrater Sheffield souvenir idea received acclaim from Sheffield Design Week in November 2016.
Bye for now, thanks for being here.