Kim-Adele Fuller Contemporary Painter

Kim is inspired by the ever-changing nature of Land, Sea & Sky and likes to reflect this in large expressive contemporary works.
Her original paintings are built of layers of rich colour & texture. They are mostly atmospheric recreations of imagined seascapes and landscapes. She hopes to trigger in the viewer a sense of ‘Being there’ and a sense of space and spirit of place’
She also produces Limited edition Fine Art Prints , Canvas prints and cards of her work which are on sale in the gallery and on the Montague Gallery online shop and her own website.

Kim came to painting later in life and has no formal training but found a wonderful mentor in Meredith Namsoo who encouraged her to think outside the box experiment with media and work intuitively.
She started with solo exhibitions back in 2007 in her home town of Shoreham by sea. Art at the Airport and grew this into a regular annual multi artist exhibition.
Subsequently she went on to form ‘adurArtcollective’ a not for profit community group that ran ‘Adur Art Trail’ with Chris Howitt for 8 years so had plenty of experience in fund-raising, event organisation and exhibition curating.
She now runs Montague Gallery along with Co-Director Alan Humphries which aims to showcase the many and diverse talented local Sussex Artists and Makers in a bright and welcoming space in the heart of Worthing.