Kimberly Wilcox began her artistic career as a New York street artist in the 1980’s. She’s been creating ever since with the help and support of her partner for over 30 years. She uses found wood, metal and other material to create 3-D sculptures of the human form and wearable art.
She describes her work as a physical expression of her life experiences and a “contemporary spin on primitive form. The kinetically alive sculptural figures share a seamless integration between the world and the human spirit.”
She has exhibited her work at museums and galleries around the world, most recently at Jacksonville International Airport.