Kym began her Art Career a little later in life after commencing with a local group of Artists in the southern suburbs of Perth in 2008
Seascapes painted first in Acrylic before advancing to Oils have been a prominent subject of passion for Kym. Her art techniques and style have developed over the past few years to include several successful entries into Art shows and magazines across Australia.
January 2014 an Art Studio was created to allow for a more focused application.
Many commissions have been completed and some are in residences interstate and overseas in the USA.
July 2016 a move of premises was required to allow for the growth of the Art and Picture Framing business.
Different forms of art were explored, and Acrylic Pouring became extremely popular with many workshops undertaken.
Once Resin Art was introduced there was no turning back. This medium was so exciting with its depth of Colour and speed to create amazing art works. Before long Resin Art Workshops were booking out well in advance!
The chance meeting of minds occurred with Jacki Yates in 2019 and together Jacki & Kym created their own range of gorgeous products with many stunning colours. “Colour Passion” was born!
What was to begin with a few colours has blown out to well over 150!
Colour Passion has experienced some great results both in terms of results in Resin application and in exporting the range to Stockists in the USA, Canada and New Zealand.
Kym & Jacki wanted to create a range that would give Stockists a good return on their investment and support that has been sadly failing in Australia over recent times.
October 2020 saw a necessary change to offload the Picture Framing side of the business as it had become so successful that Kym had become so time poor that she couldn’t manage to create any of her own art.
Kym can now focus her energy once again onto her own Art Pursuits and Teach workshops. She has remained at the same premises in the rear and Picture Framing is offered by another framer: Frame Art in the front section of the business in the “Showroom” were framing is taken offsite, framed and returned for collection.