Inquiries and Purchases:

Email or Call 608-588-2765
to contact Kim directly.

2022 Exhibits:

Booth At Kohler Show

Garden Expo
Madison, WI
Feb 11-13, 2022
In-Person Expo

2021 Exhibits:

Garden Expo
Madison, WI
Feb 20-21, 2021
Virtual Expo

Special Exhibit
Reedy Art Gallery
UM Arboretum
Chaska, MN
April 20 - June 14, 2021

Edina Art Fair
Edina, MN
June 5,6,7 2021
Covid Cancelled

Spring Green Art Fair
Spring Green, WI
June 26-27, 2021
Covid Cancelled

Uptown Art Fair
Minneapolis, MN
August 6,7,8, 2021

Art Street
Green Bay, WI
August 27,28,29, 2021

Art Fair ON the Square
Madison, WI
September 25-26, 2021
New Dates

Holiday Art Fair
Madison, WI
November 13-14, 2021

Kim's cranes on the Kohler street banners

Kohler Midsummer Festival 2013
Kim's cranes on the street banners

Somebody Is Happy

Somebody Is Happy

Kim Russell | Artist | Christl Iausly | Spring Green Art Fair

Kim and Artist Christl Iausly

Artist Kim Russell

Kim Russell Original | Snaz | Great Horned Owl

Snaz

captures the essence of birds in
stylized ink and acrylic drawings.

Kim is fascinated by the biology
of birds, and spends extensive time delving into the research that is
essential to her work.

"I only put pencil to paper once I
know my subject like a friend."

News and Events

Kim Russell at Virtual Art Fair ON The Square

Artist Incognito

Yay for vaccines!

Art shows are happening, again!

I'll be attending shows fully vaxxed and masked.

Check my updated schedule for shows starting in August.

Special note: Art Fair on the Square
has moved to September.

February 11-13, 2022

Kim Russell Garden Expo

Thinking Spring!

Garden Expo

Alliant Energy Center
Madison, WI

Fri 12-7, Sat 9-6, Sun 10-4

Kim will be exhibiting
at this cabin fever reliever.

"I really look forward to this
gathering of outdoor enthusiasts."

April 20 - June 14, 2021

Special Exhibit

Birds Of A Feather:
Contemporary Avian Artists

A Two Woman Exhibit

Reedy Art Gallery
UMN Landscape Arboretum
Chaska, MN

Kim is thrilled to have 20 of her pieces featured in this special show at the top- rated botanical garden in the country.

Artist Webinar:
In this live presentation, Kim discussed the bird biology that inspired her works. Recording is available to view online.

Fields of Gold by Kim Russell International Crane Foundation From The Field Webinar

Fields of Gold

International Crane Foundation
From The Field Webinar

The Long and Winding Roads that Lead to Portraying Cranes

Now available for viewing on youtube, Kim's webinar presents the journey that led her from the Chicago suburbs to the rolling hills of Sauk County, Wisconsin.

In the webinar, Kim discusses the progression of her artwork with a focus on the influences and stories behind selected crane drawings.

She also talks through the process of creating a drawing of a blue crane, and the extensive research that led her down interesting paths along the way.

Beneath the Lilies by Kim Russell at Virtual Art Fair ON The Square | Common Loons

Beneath the Lilies Detail

Beneath the Lilies

An overhead view of life in the clear water of a northern lake.

Beneath The Lilies is a 60" x 20" framed drawing of Common Loons.

The loons are joined by Channel Catfish, Yellow Perch, and a Green Darner Dragonfly.

Kim Russell | Bird Art | Red-headed Woodpecker

Harvesters Detail

Harvesters

A family of red-headed woodpeckers works together to cache acorns for winter sustenance.

Black oak leaves and acorns adorn
the lower corners.

Kim Russell | Original Sculpture | Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

Kim and Mayo Screech Owl

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

Mary Brigh Building

Pediatric Atrium Lobby

Kim was thrilled to be awarded a commission by the famous Mayo Clinic for 34 of her life-sized bird sculptures.

The birds, all native Minnesota woodland species, are flying in Mayo's new Pediatric Atrium Lobby.

We will post a feature in the future documenting the extensive project.

Kim Russell | Original Sculpture | UW Hospital American Family

UW Hospital Art

UW American Family Children's Hospital Project

Art coordinator for the UW Hospitals, Amanda Kron, had a vision for the new floor of the children's hospital.

To support the theme, "Skies Over Wisconsin, Amanda challenged Kim to design and execute hanging sculptures for installation in the elevator hallway.

Working with many safety restrictions, the end result was three cloud formations with birds on each side to welcome visitors as they step off the elevators.