About Kimberly J.B. Smith
New Hampshire mixed media artist Kimberly J.B. Smith is known for her 2D & 3D compositions that include recycled & repurposed materials. Most recently, Smith has been creating sculptures with foam core substrates in addition to her sculptures in clay and sculptures made from discarded books. The artistic use of traditional and nontraditional materials defines Smith's creative process. A longtime art educator at the elementary and high school levels as well as teaching online and publishing educational articles - are all part of Smith's professional journey. Smith's educational outreach continues with recent work on children's books & illustration.
Smith takes commissions for her one of a kind altered
books and personal reliquaries. Using a variety of materials, Smith creates sculptural pieces and non-sculptural relief works. Themes include tributes to family members & ancestors, historical individuals and other themes such as cultural and literary topics. Visit the website galleries for ideas for your commission.
Smith exhibits in juried art shows and member exhibits. Smith's work can be seen at The Gallery at 30 Main in Meredith, N.H. and The Edge in Center Harbor, N.H. Additionally, Smith offers workshops for artists and art teachers on book arts, clay and sculptural processes.
Smith's memberships include the N.H. Women’s Caucus for Art, The Newburyport (MA) Art Association, New England Sculptors Association (juried) and the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators.