Category: Kim Buck Latest News

  • December 2014

    December 2014

    Kim’s work Pray was included in the special event, 12 Days of Christmas, at Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane. In the spirit of Christmas and in the tradition of the Advent calendar, 12 Days of Christmas revealed twelve new works by twelve artists over twelve days. Beginning with Kim’s drawing Pray on Tuesday the 25th of November,…

  • November 2014

    November 2014

    For the first time, Limited Edition Prints of a selection of Kim’s charcoal drawings are available to purchase here. The six prints are produced at the highest quality by Image Science, leaders in Australian fine art archival printing. Each print is personally signed, titled and numbered, and posted free of charge within Australia. International shipping is available at a…

  • September 2013

    HEARTLAND at the Art Gallery of South Australia closes on September 8. Be quick to avoid missing out on this wonderful snapshot of contemporary South Australian art! Almost 35 000 people have already visited the exhibition, including 5000 school children. HEARTLAND has received excellent reviews nationwide. Here are several reviewer’s thoughts on Kim’s piece: “Kim…

  • June 2013

    June 2013

        HEARTLAND CONTEMPORARY ART FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA Art Gallery of South Australia 21 June to 8 September 2013 ‘HEARTLAND is a great reminder of the incredible talent right here in our own backyard.’ The Adelaide Review Kim is very excited to be included in HEARTLAND, an exhibition of contemporary art from South Australia that…

  • May 2013

    May 2013

    Kim’s drawing ‘Maybe, a piece of the mountain will fall’, will feature in the exhibition Wonderworks with The Cat Street Gallery at the Hong Kong Art Fair 2013. Wonderworks features artists from Asia, America, Africa, the UK and Europe working across a range of different mediums.  

  • January 2013

    Kim will be speaking at an exciting workshop titled ‘The Business of Art’ in Adelaide this coming Saturday January 19th with Robin Eley, Michael Zavros and Sam Hill-Smith. Tickets are still available through the below link.

  • September 2012

    Kim was recently interviewed on the terrific site Art World Women, which celebrates and promotes contemporary women artists: Sign up to the Art World Women Facebook page to keep up to date with all the exciting things happening for women artists in Australia and around the world:

  • August 2012

    Call into the Jan Murphy Gallery stand at the Melbourne Art Fair to see a range of fabulous work from the likes of Ben Quilty, Leslie Rice and Heidi Yardley – as well as two of Kim’s drawings including Cleave (below). Click to see larger view, then click your < back button in your browser…

  • March 2012

    Kim’s off on a grand adventure through France, Italy and Denmark! Most anticipated meeting: Michelangelo’s David…

  • February 2012

    For the third year running, Kim was announced as the winner of the $5000 Limestone Coast Art Prize. Thanks to PEAK, James Darling and the Keith War Memorial Community Centre for their continued generosity in sponsoring this outstanding prize aimed at promoting mental health in rural communities.

  • December 2011

    December 2011

    A wonderful month for Kim with the opening of her exhibition Landscapes at Jan Murphy Gallery. The culmination of 12 months work, Landscapes is inspired by the magnificent terrain of the Blue Mountains, where Kim has been based this year. Kim says of the exhibition: The mountains draw artists to them and I, too, have…

  • July 2011

    Kim last night received a high commendation from judge Ben Quilty in the 2011 Hazelhurst Gallery Art on Paper Award. The $20 000 prize attracted over 700 entries this year, with a wide range of paper media featured in the exhibition including pencil drawings, charcoal, ink, oil, acrylic, gouache and watercolour, photography, printmaking and paper…

  • February 2011

    Kim is a finalist in the 2011 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, one of the most significant awards for drawing in Australia. Valued at $20 000, the prize attracts hundreds of entries from around Australia. View the exhibition at the Adelaide Perry Gallery until April 5th.

  • Janurary 2011

    Click the following link to read Bethany Small’s review of Kim’s recent exhibition On Sisyphean Certainty at Michael Reid Gallery: The new year has started with the fantastic news that in addition to On Sisyphean Certainty being a sell out exhibition, Kim has been awarded an ArtStart grant through Australia Council. This grant will…

  • December 2010

    December 2010

    Please join Kim at Michael Reid Gallery on December 8th, 6-8pm for the opening of ‘On Sisyphean Certainty’ Michael Reid Gallery 42 Roslyn Gardens, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney

  • August 2010

    Kim’s drawing Counterpoint II has been selected as one of 35 finalists in the Paul Guest Prize at the Bendigo Art Gallery. Exhibition dates: 14 August – 10 October 2010

  • July 2010

    July 2010

    For the second year running, Kim is a finalist in the National Youth Self Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, with her drawing The Burden of Lachesis.

  • May 2010

    Kim was recently selected as the recipient of the 2010 Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Award – South Australia’s top award for an arts graduate. The award was presented at the annual Helpmann Academy Maestros and Apprentices event on May 21. Richard Fennell, Chief Financial Officer of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank says that, “The judging…

  • April 2010

    The ABC’s Stateline (South Australia) program featured Kim on Friday April 16th. Please click on the following link to view the segment:

  • February 2010

    February 2010

    Kim has won the $5000 Limestone Coast Art Prize with her drawing Faithless (the weight of it all). She was also voted the winner of the People’s Choice Award at the recent Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition.  

  • November 2009

    November 2009

    Kim’s recent exhibition, Conatus, at Peter Walker Fine Art, sold out prior to opening. The 12 drawings in the exhibition were bought by a range of high profile local and interstate institutions and private collectors, including Artbank. The exhibition received rave reviews and coverage in a number of publications. Click below to read Lauren Tomczak’s…