Kimberly (@kandrolowicz) a visual artist who studied painting, set design, and puppetry at Bennington College and design for theater at Yale School of Drama. Working in acrylic and encaustic paints as well as digital art, she has provided the art for Erik Fuhrer's not human enough for the census (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press, 2019) and in which I take myself hostage (Spuyten Duyvil, forthcoming 2020). Kimberly has exhibited at The Heckscher Museum of Art and The B.J. Spoke Gallery in Huntington, New York.
In addition to the books, Kimberly has been published in Leopardskin and Limes and Hoot.
selected work online
All images are available for sale as high quality 5x7 giclée prints for $10.00 each. Any two prints for $17.00 total. Any three prints for $25.00 total. Shipping is included in the prices. Include the title of the image(s) you want to purchase in the "notes."
Please email Erik to query if you are interested in purchasing the original piece of art.
"not human enough for the census"