Kimberly Ramey draws inspiration for her art from the emotional journey that is the human condition. In her work, the relationship between the beautiful and the roughly-edged is explored through the use of texture, color, and content.
Kim currently lives in a small historic town south of Atlanta with her husband and a golden doodle named Tobold Hornblower. She drinks a lot of coffee, dislikes winter, and is a bit too fond of garden gnomes.
When not in the studio, you can find her among her friends that live on the streets of downtown Newnan talking, swapping ideas on art, and discussing the intricacies of the cracks in the sidewalk.
You can check out her passion project at backstreetart.org