Kim Bach

10 Rossman Avenue, Hudson

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Artist Statement

Kim Bach is an artist and painter who resides in Hudson, New York. She is the niece of famed Utah artist Lee Deffebach. A recipient of a residency at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, NY. Kim studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts and received an MA from Long Island University in Brooklyn. Her early works were shown at Henri Gallery in Washington DC.

“Some of the most striking examples of New York School nonobjective abstraction were those in which artists such as de Kooning and Robert Motherwell tore up paintings and made collages with them. Kim Bach…uses this method to considerable effect. In this age of simplistic figuratism, it’s good to see nonobjective abstraction of the caliber of Bach’s collaged paintings.”
—Michael Weizenbach, The Washington Post, Mar. 1989

www.kimbachartist.com

Kim Bach

10 Rossman Avenue 

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Artist Statement

Kim Bach is an artist and painter who resides in Hudson, New York. She is the niece of famed Utah artist Lee Deffebach. A recipient of a residency at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, NY. Kim studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts and received an MA from Long Island University in Brooklyn. Her early works were shown at Henri Gallery in Washington DC.

“Some of the most striking examples of New York School nonobjective abstraction were those in which artists such as de Kooning and Robert Motherwell tore up paintings and made collages with them. Kim Bach…uses this method to considerable effect. In this age of simplistic figuratism, it’s good to see nonobjective abstraction of the caliber of Bach’s collaged paintings.”
—Michael Weizenbach, The Washington Post, Mar. 1989

www.kimbachartist.com