Kim Adele Fuller is a contemporary painter based in Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex, United Kingdom. Kim is inspired by the ever-changing nature of the sea and the sky that surround her and reflects this in her original paintings, which are built of many layers of colour and texture to capture the energy and mood of the moment. Kim works primarily in watercolour and mixed media on canvas and wood panel. She also produces limited edition fine art prints and cards of her work.
Kim Adele Fuller is a director of Montague Gallery in Worthing, where her work can be seen on display alongside up to 40 artists and makers. Kim also exhibits her work at other galleries and events in Sussex and beyond. Some of her current exhibitions include:
- Swell: An extra-large contemporary sea study in strong deep blues and greens. Framed in a bespoke deep white wood tray frame.
- From Tresco: A large mixed media painting on wood panel in bespoke oak frame. Inspired by the island of Tresco in the Isles of Scilly.
Kim Adele Fuller is a Sussex artist who creates original contemporary paintings that capture the beauty and drama of the coastal landscape. If you are interested in her work, you can visit her website or her Facebook page for more information