Some sketches are frame worthy for those small wall spaces that can use an interesting image.
Kim was always sketching in pencil and watercolor. He would often sketch the same image several times, adjusting the composition, colors, values and other elements until he felt he had something worthy of a larger painting. However, many of his small sketches are just as worthy of framing as the ones he actually exhibited.
The images above have never been seen in public before, but are cherished by Kim’s family. They are approximately 5″ x 7″ in size, and some are meant to be hung in sets. All will be available as Giclee prints in the near future.