Kim Zimmerman, Farmington

<img height="225" hspace="5" width="400" align="left" src="http://www.trbimg.com/img-520aecdc/turbine/hc-itowns-cover0601-fv" /> Kim Zimmermann of Farmington created the artwork "Saurus," a 5-by-4-foot work of oil pastels and graphite on paper, featured on the this week's iTowns cover.<br>
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"I have always loved drawing &#8212; textures, patterns, nature and hercreatures, the effect of light and line to create movement, layering and blending fundamental shapes and organic forms," she says. "I start with a graphite drawing, add color and the work of art reveals itself." She has been a docent at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000232" title="Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art" href="/topic/arts-culture/art/wadsworth-atheneum-museum-of-art-PLCUL000232.topic">Wadsworth Atheneum</a> for 16 years, and an art programs teacher for the state of Connecticut and Hill-Stead Museum. She is having a one-woman art opening at 6:30 p.m. June 6 at Center Framing & Art in West Hartford Center.

( June 1, 2008 )

Kim Zimmermann of Farmington created the artwork "Saurus," a 5-by-4-foot work of oil pastels and graphite on paper, featured on the this week's iTowns cover.

"I have always loved drawing — textures, patterns, nature and hercreatures, the effect of light and line to create movement, layering and blending fundamental shapes and organic forms," she says. "I start with a graphite drawing, add color and the work of art reveals itself." She has been a docent at Wadsworth Atheneum for 16 years, and an art programs teacher for the state of Connecticut and Hill-Stead Museum. She is having a one-woman art opening at 6:30 p.m. June 6 at Center Framing & Art in West Hartford Center.

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