Kim Atlin

KIM ATLIN


Raised in rural Ontario, I moved to Toronto to attend the Ontario College of Art and Design and stayed. Toronto has remained my base although my fascination with the colours and textures of the world has kept me and my brush wandering.

I took part in my first exhibition shortly before graduation from OCAD in 1988. Since then I have been a frequent exhibitor in group shows in Toronto Ontario, ST. Johns New Brunswick, New York City, Palm Desert California as well as numerous other locations. My most recent solo shows have taken place at Oeno Gallery and Parts Gallery.

Education
1988 Alumna – Ontario College of Art – AOCA

Awards & Grants
1988 – Experimental Arts Faculty Association Award
1988 – Advanced Intaglio Award
1988 – Advanced Relief Award
1997 – Shelia Dick Mackay Arts Foundation Grant

My work is found in the Ontario Government’s Collection, OCAD printmaking collection, Ontario Archives, National Archives and Canada’s Icelandic Embassy.

My paintings are also held in numerous private and corporate collections throughout Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Chile, Iceland and New Zealand.