Kim Morski is a printmaking artist who works with woodcut, silkscreen, and letterpress techniques. Her practice spans works on paper, participatory events, edible prints, and book arts. Kim does custom print and illustration work by commission and partners with arts organizations and galleries as an educator and project coordinator.
Kim has had solo exhibitions at the St. Louis Artist’s Guild and the Luminary Center for the Arts. Her work has been exhibited nationally in group shows at Printed Matter in New York City, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Indianapolis, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Bradley University, and the Des Lee Gallery in St. Louis.
Kim received her BFA in Printmaking from Washington University in St. Louis in 2010.