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Kim Adamache's desire to paint the natural landscape began under the guidance of her high school art instructor. He provided a strong foundation in the arts by fostering a love for painting and the artists of the past. Adamache's recent works include color explorations in portraiture, landscapes, as well as landsc… Read More
Kim Adamache's desire to paint the natural landscape began under the guidance of her high school art instructor. He provided a strong foundation in the arts by fostering a love for painting and the artists of the past. Adamache's recent works include color explorations in portraiture, landscapes, as well as landscape inspired abstracts. Adamache has exhibited in the Denver area through her memberships in local artist societies. Adamache received her BA in Fine Arts in 2012.. Read Less
“Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” John Muir

As multi-tasking, modern man rushes from one activity to another, he begins to lose connection with the natural world that sustains him. Exploring the sub… Read More
“Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” John Muir

As multi-tasking, modern man rushes from one activity to another, he begins to lose connection with the natural world that sustains him. Exploring the subtle nuisances of nature provides a backdrop for creating artwork, which functions as a bridge to the vanishing connection between man and nature.
Colorado’s rugged mountains and red rock formations as well as the stunning geologic formations of the Southwest have been my primary backdrop for my landscapes. By combining representation with impression, I capture the fleeting moment of first sight.
Influences include the Impressionists and the Transcendentalists, with whom I share a love of the natural world; from the Post-Impressionists, I borrow expressive, painterly brush strokes. Thomas Moran and Albert Bierstadt share with me a veneration of the American West’s grandeur.
Though painting the landscape is my primary focus, I also devote a significant amount of time to creating portraits of both humans and their furry friends. Read Less
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